Recent Women News
Lindsey Vonn continues to prove her status as American ski royalty. Adding another award to her expanding trophy case, Lindsey secured her fourth overall World Cup title, becoming the first American to achieve this feat. Phil Mahre had been the only previous American to win three overall World Cup titles; Lindsey is now in a league of her own.
Pipe Sweep: Queralt Castellet, Gretchen Bleiler and Ellery Hollingsworth Dominate Canadian Open Halfpipe Podium
Oh Canada…just got owned by the Oakley Women’s Snowboard Team. Lead by the Big O’s Spanish ripper, Queralt Castellet, the Halfpipe Podium at the Canadian Open was rounded out by fellow Oakley riders Gretchen Bleiler and Ellery Hollingsworth for a full sweep. It was Q’s second run of the Finals on Friday night that locked in her resounding victory – throwing down a frontside 900, backside 540 mute, frontside 540, backside air and her very first fronside 1080 for an 84.73 to seal the deal.
Resurrection: Track & Field Star Lolo Jones Claims Big U.S. Open and Russian Winter Meet Victories, Hurdles Toward London
Lolo Jones is no stranger to obstacles. Oakley’s Track & Field star, the heavy favorite in the 100 hurdles at the 2008 Olympics, has endured a tumultuous past year. Finding strength to recover physically and psychologically from her spine surgery in August proved to be one of her career’s most immense challenges. But in a show of remarkable recovery, Lolo returned to the scene with an aura of dominance, claiming a resounding victory in the 50-meter hurdles with a 6.78 second finish over Tiffany Porter at the U.S. Open late January.