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RGW PRODUCTIONS / WHO THE F IS CHRIS CORNING

RGW PRODUCTIONS / WHO THE F IS CHRIS CORNING

Chris Corning has been in slaughter mode this year with numerous solid contest finishes around the world, including a 5th Place finish earlier this month at the Burton US Open. Here's a nice little behind the scenes edit from RGW Productions of that impressive weekend in Vail.

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MITSUKI ONO & JOONSIK LEE WIN 2017 BURTON U.S. OPEN JUNIOR JAM

MITSUKI ONO & JOONSIK LEE WIN 2017 BURTON U.S. OPEN JUNIOR JAM

The celebrated Junior Jam went off at the 35th Annual Burton U.S. Open Snowboarding Championships on the biggest stage in snowboarding. The field featured 25 of the top boys and girls halfpipe riders ages 14 and under competing in Vail Mountain’s 22-foot superpipe in a best run format, which was dominated by Misuki Ono and Joonsik Lee. 

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WORLD'S TOP SNOWBOARDERS HEADED TO VAIL FOR THE 35TH ANNUAL U.S. OPEN!

WORLD'S TOP SNOWBOARDERS HEADED TO VAIL FOR THE 35TH ANNUAL U.S. OPEN!

An absolutely packed field of the world’s best snowboarders are slated to compete next week at the 35th annual U.S. Open Snowboarding Championships, the longest-running snowboard competition and one of the last major contests ahead of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.

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2015 BURTON US OPEN WOMEN'S SLOPE SEMI RESULTS

2015 BURTON US OPEN WOMEN'S SLOPE SEMI RESULTS

The 33rd Annual Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships presented by MINI kicked off today at Vail Mountain with women’s slopestyle semi-finals. Men’s slopestyle, originally scheduled to follow women’s, was unfortunately cancelled due to an incoming weather system that brought in strong winds and snow.

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BURTON US OPEN CONFIRMED RIDERS

BURTON US OPEN CONFIRMED RIDERS

Confirmed riders for this year’s event include 2015 X Games gold medalists Danny Davis (USA)Mark McMorris (CAN), Chloe Kim (USA) and Silje Norendal (NOR); four-time Olympian Kelly Clark (USA), 2015 Burton European Open slopestyle gold medalist Stale Sandbech (NOR) and halfpipe Olympic silver medalist Ayumu Hirano (JPN)

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