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Jamie Anderson

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Jamie Anderson entered the snow scene and the industry has flapped its lips with praise ever since. The media can’t get enough of her unadulterated youthful attitude. Judges are wowed by her unfathomable ability and her sponsors love her no-nonsense way of walking the planet. Fact is, Jamie knows how to win better than anyone in her league. What Jamie has accomplished at such a young age is not standard practice. At 15, Jamie made her first Winter X Games appearance, bumping Shaun White out of the history books as the youngest medalist in Winter X Gam...

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  • Oakley Snowboarders Win Nine Medals at Winter X 17; Shaun White Six-Peats in Superpipe

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    The world’s largest gathering of action sports athletes didn’t disappoint. Once again, as has become tradition at Winter X Games, performance boundaries were broken and the tricktionary was expanded; records were set and new names burst onto the scene. Thick in the historic happenings and memorable moments were our Oakley winter athletes, leading the charge for where their respective sports will be going in the coming years. For the sixth consecutive year it was Shaun White who put the exclamation point on another phenomenal Winter X. A dominating performance in the Superpipe, highlighted by a record 24.1-foot air, resulted in his sixth consecutive Gold Medal in the event and his 23rd X Games medal overall.

  • Horgmo, McMorris and Sandbech Put on an Historic Triplefest in X Games Big Air

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    “It was just f**king amazing to be a part of what just happened tonight,” said Torstein Horgmo, a gold X Games medal dangling from his neck, and still slightly winded after the 18-minute jam session Big Air final. Trailing Oakley teammates Stale Sandbech and defending gold medalist Mark McMorris throughout the final, Horgmo – who won the event in 2011 – had one last chance to land the move he believed would be the difference-maker: the switch backside triple cork 1440, a trick he landed for the first time a week before coming to Aspen and one that had never been landed in competition.

  • Anne-Flore Marxer's 2012 Full Part From Standard Films

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    She’s talented, she’s the best kind of extrovert, and the stunning blonde from Switzerland is easy on the eyes. Anne-Flore Marxer kind of has it all going for herself. Between the building and hitting of huge jumps, hitting the clubs, shredding pow and outracing mini avalanches, you can get a window into her world (at least her world in 2012) in her recently-released full part from Standard Films.

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