Ski Articles by Date

January 2010

  • Jossi Wells Earns Silver in Ski Superpipe


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    What a night in the Superpipe. Words are almost not enough to describe what happened tonight at the final day of Winter X Games 14.

  • Chris Del Bosco Wins X Games Ski Cross Gold, McIvor Wins Silver


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    Quebec-born, Vail, Colorado-raised Chris Del Bosco won his first Winter X Games ski cross gold…

  • Sean Petit Star of 2010 Powder Video Awards


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver; Photos by David Reddick

    The man of the hour was 2009 “Breakthrough Performer,” Sean Pettit who took home the prize tonight for both “Best Male” and “Full Throttle”

  • Sammy Carlson Takes Slopestyle Bronze


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    Rounding out the podium at the Winter X Games 14 men’s ski Slopestyle competition was Hood River, OR local Sammy Carlson.

  • Gunning Wins X Games Women's Ski Superpipe Silver


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    Top qualifier and X Games rookie Megan Gunning made a last-second push to claim the silver medal in the women’s skiing superpipe at X Games 14.

  • Oakley/Red Bull Media Night Kicks Off Winter X Games 14


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver; Photos: Russ Hennings

    With an overabundance of athletes, media and industry VIP’s converging in Aspen, Colorado for Winter X Games 14, Oakley and Red Bull took the opportunity to gather everyone together under one roof for an evening of interviews, brand education, athlete introductions, sushi gorging and mingling.

  • Slopestyle Skier Kaya Turski Wins Oakley's First X Games Gold


    Posted over 4 years ago by Shay Williams, Freeskier

    A bronze medalist last year, Kaya took the lead in her first run and didn’t let it go.

  • Watch A Scene Of Oakley's Tanner Hall In His Documentary, Like A Lion

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Like a Lion is a documentary film about the life of today’s super star of skiing, Tanner Hall. Tanner is the most decorated, diverse, and controversial skier in the last decade. He has won 8 X Games Gold medals, been honored with “Skier of the Year” by his piers and has overcome multiple injuries. Currently Tanner is fighting his way back to the top after two broken legs and two blown ACLs. Follow Tanner on his journey through tremendous triumphs and defeats and always overcoming…will it happen again?

  • Jossi Wells Wins Dew Tour Pipe


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver/Shay Williams

    19-year-old New Zealand native Jossi Wells took his first ever Winter Dew Tour win in the men’s freeski superpipe final at the Winter Dew Tour’s Wendy’s Invitational held Saturday at Utah’s Snowbasin Resort.

  • Oakley's Jennifer Heil Wins World Cup Moguls


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    There were three winners at today’s (Jan. 14) moguls World Cup in Deer Valley, Utah. The Visa Freestyle International, held on the 2002 Olympic moguls and aerials hills, kicked off in record fashion as a tie resulted in Canadian Jennifer Heil (Oakley) and American Heather McPhie sharing the victory.

  • Oakley's Sean Pettit Takes Second At The Red Bull Linecatcher


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Considering all the variables working against an event like Red Bull Linecatcher, it’s really amazing how well it went off yesterday. The Vars valley in France was hit with a meter of cold powder the day the athletes arrived in town. After a successful qualifying event, two french skiers were pulled into the elite field including Oakley’s Sean Pettit, Richard Permin, Sven Kueenle, and Bene Mayr. France’s own Candide Thovex topped the field to take the title, while Oakley’s Sean Pettit stood aside him in second and C.R. Johnson took third. Check out the video below:

  • Oakley's Jossi Wells and Sammy Carlson Place At Winter Dew Tour Breckenridge


    Posted over 4 years ago by Photos by Shay Williams

    Oakley’s Jossi Wells walked away with a second place in Freeski Superpipe and Oakley’s Sammy Carlson took third in slopestyle at the first stop of the prestigious Winter Dew Tour in Breckenridge Colorado, where virtually every big name in the sport competed.