Ski Articles by Date

March 2010

  • Oakley's Sean Pettit Wins Red Bull Cold Rush At Retallack


    Posted over 4 years ago by Words: Photos: Jamey Voss

    The fourth annual Red Bull Cold Rush is all said and done at the legendary cat skiing operation that is Retallack, BC. Oakley’s Sean Pettit walked away the victor, while Oakley’s Grete Eliassen took second in the ladies division.

  • Simon Dumont Hosts 2nd Annual Dumont Cup


    Posted over 4 years ago by Words and photos by Tess Weaver, Shay Williams and Mark Wakeling

    The ski season is littered with events, but the Dumont Cup at Sunday River, Maine remains the most authentic signature event on the calendar.

  • Oakley Film Project Brings Seth Morrison, Kye Petersen to Chamonix-Mont Blanc


    Posted over 4 years ago by Words and photos by Seth Morrison and Christian Pondella

    Oakley film project brings Seth Morrison and Kye Petersen to Chamonix-Mont Blanc. Words and photos by Seth Morrison and Christian Pondella.

  • Clip #3 From Oakley's Tanner Hall's Documentary, Like A Lion

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Here is a scene from the documentary, Like A Lion: The True Story of Legendary Skier Tanner Hall. In this clip, filmed in 2000, Oakley’s Tanner Hall is at his first X Games at Mt. Snow, Vermont.

  • Teen Vogue Interviews Oakley's Kaya Turski


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Teen Vogue interviews Oakley’s Kaya Turski about skiing, fashion, beauty and more. Kaya Turski is quickly becoming the next big female star of winter sports due to her 1st place finish in the Women’s Slopestyle event at the 2010 Winter X Games.

  • Oakley Athletes Place At Euro X Games Superpipe


    Posted over 4 years ago by Shay Williams

  • Oakley's Kaya Turski Wins Euro X Women's Slopestyle, Oakley's Jossi Wells Takes Third


    Posted over 4 years ago by Shay Williams

    The slopestyle course was officially destroyed today. The eight finalists for men’s slopestyle took it upon themselves to slay it and everyone who attended the event today was not disappointed. After France’s dominance in the halfpipe Wednesday, USA claimed the top two spots today, in the form of Tom Wallisch and Bobby Brown, 1st and 2nd respectively, and Jossi Wells coming in 3rd.

  • Dumont Cup Still Has Open Spots


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    If you’re in the Northeast, or even if you’re not, there’s still time and still no reason you shouldn’t sign up to participate in The Dumont Cup on March 26-27 at Sunday River in Maine.

  • Latest Update From The European X Games


    Posted over 4 years ago by Shay Williams

    A quick update from Tignes Val Claret on the European X Games Slopestyle course. Last night SPT made some changes to the course, making one jump substantially bigger and the takeoffs to many of the jumps a bit poppy-er thus allowing for more airtime and more trickery.

  • Weather Creates UnExpected European Freeski Open


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    With Oakley as a partner, The European Freeski Open took place last weekend, but not as expected. Saturday was all set for the Slopestyle semis and finals, but alas, the wind would not let up. Galeforce winds blew up the slopestyle course, and after about 3 hours of waiting, they had to cancel the event. But what to do with all the prize money and champagne to spray?

  • Oakley Athletes Prepare To Compete In The European Freeski Open


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley partners with the premier freestyle destination in Europe, LAAX, to host the European season highlight of the freeski scene from the 3rd to the 6th of March 2010. Featuring high level competitions the European Open will give local and amateur riders the chance to compete with some of the best in the sport including 2009 champions Oakley’s Henrik Harlaut and Oakley’s Virginie Faivre. With a purse of US $50,000, the event offers the highest prize money on the continent.

  • Oakley Athletes Set To Compete In First Ever Winter X Games Europe


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    For 3 days, from March 10th to 12th 2010, the best riders will gather from all around the world to compete against each other on Tignes’ snow for exceptional competitions.