Jessi Alfredo Blackwell has been the talk of many in the know for a while. We chat to the young Norwegian to talk; riding in sweatpants, Nescafé commercials, extensive traveling and heaps more.
After his epic season part dropped last week, we wanted to learn more from Sune Buschmann and discuss; The Danish snowboard scene, life in Oslo, the kink from his last trick and much more.
We head over to the US to chat to Ryan Stassel to find out how is the riding scene in Alaska, being a professional fisherman, his recent Stubai trip and much more.
We caught up with Markus Olimstad who although isn’t much of a talker, has skills both on a snowboard and skateboard that will turn heads in the future.
We meet one of Austria’s most exciting prospects Clemens Millauer, to talk about gingers, his annoyance of being called a jibber, smashing bones in his face and more.
Will Gilmore is a child prodigy hailing from The UK who rides at a level way beyond his 12 years. We caught up with Will to see what makes him tick.
Anthony impressed us last year with his ability to send it both on and off the hill. Yet another prodige of the indoor slopes of Zoetermeer, Anthony now travels Europe and has been getting attention with his slick rail skills.
Katie Ormerod is perceived by many to be the next big thing in Women’s snowboarding. Already the first to land the back 10 double, she is working on the fs 10 double and her rail game is on point. We caught up with Katie to see what makes her tick.
George Scott is an expat Brit living out in Mammoth, who has been turning heads this past season. We caught up with George to talk about the UK team, skating Venice beach, California droughts and more.
Karly Shorr has been on our radar for a while now and we got the chance to catch up with her at this years Spring Battle to talk about becoming a pro whilst hailing from Detroit, lack of funds, the Sochi Olympics and much more.