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Revolutionary New Lift Comes to Mt. Hood

New portable 730-T wire handle tow lift will be the first one used in the US

MT HOOD, OR – March 26, 2009 – It’s the only one of its kind in North America – and it’s only for Windells campers. The world’s premiere snowboard camp is bringing the first 730-T wire rope tow lift to Mt Hood. This will be the longest private handle tow at Timberline Ski area.


Men's Superpipe: Big Red Makes It A Sweep

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Shaun White Wins X Games Superpipe; Goes Home With Two Golds

X Games X Coverage from Aspen

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White, Meyen win snowboard slopestyle (again), Jacobellis pulls out with knee injury

Warren Miller on ESPN

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This Thursday, ESPN Hollywood will examine the works and legacy of Warren Miller.

Warren Miller on ESPN

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This Thursday ESPN Hollywood will examine the works and legacy of Warren Miller.

Go USA: Snowboarding Predictions

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Who invented this sport? Americans. Who owns it now? The Europeans. It's gut-check time for the U.S. Snowboard Team, which is sick and tired of being humiliated by the world in competitive riding.

Snowboard Racers Seek Their Moment

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With the Americans still stoked off their exciting, historic victories on the halfpipe, the sport takes a faster turn Thursday with qualifying for the parallel giant slalom.

5th Annual Mountain Dew Pro Nationals of Snowboarding in Breckenridge

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Olympic medallists Powers, Kass, Thomas and Clark scheduled to compete.

Mountain Dew Pro Nationals of Snowboarding Drop Into Breckenridge Dec. 12-15

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America's Medallists including Powers, Kass, Thomas and Clark Expected to Compete with the World's Elite for a Prize Purse Totaling more than $110,000

White Soars to Halfpipe Gold; Kass Second

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Shaun White turned this into another red-white-and-blue day on the Olympic halfpipe.

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