Snowboarding Articles by Date

October 2009

  • World Premiere In SoHo

    Tracking Eero World Premiere In NYC

    Posted over 4 years ago by Matt Murray

    Oakley Global Snowboard pulled out all the stops to showcase our latest project for the 2009/2010 shred season, “Tracking Eero” the multimedia project. The location obviously had to be in the mecca of all media, so to really step it up for a world premiere in the US, Oakley selected New York City. And what better partner then the star of the show, Eero Ettala’s other major sponsor Red Bull.

  • Tracking Eero Stars Take On NY Media

    Crew w/ Matt Bean and Senator John McCain

    Posted almost 5 years ago by Matt Murray

    Eero Ettala, Eiki Helgason and Jake Blauvelt dropped into the media mecca that is New York City a few short days before Halloween to premiere “Tracking Eero” the multi-media project. Crashing at the Thompson LES was the ideal location for the crew, one mile from the Red Bull Space (premiere location) and easy access to the subway for the all mid-town media stops.

  • X Games Europe athletes announced


    Posted almost 5 years ago by Tess Weaver

    Tonight ESPN announced the first wave of athletes invited to the Winter X Games Europe March 10-12, 2010. The event will be the first Winter X Games held outside the United States.

  • Oakley's Gretchen Bleiler Stars in 2009 Stance Snowboard Film


    Posted almost 5 years ago by

    Oakley’s Gretchen Bleiler stars in the 2009 Stance Snowboard film. The movie starts with her recalling a dramatic fall and what she learned. It then goes on to show why she is one of the best women in snowboarding. The film combines the best female snowboarders in the business, a super talented film crew, and only the best shots, the Stance film is a must-see. Not only do they create the most innovative female snowboarding film to date, but they push snowboarding’s creative and cinematic boundaries. It’s pretty obvious from the teaser that not only do these girls kill it on their boards, they ride because they love to, and they want to share their passion with anyone who’s watching