Updates from the Park
The 2014 Park City Grand Prix concluded with the naming of the first ever U.S. Freeskiing Olympic Team.
We saw too much style from the skiers in the park last year to not give them their due. They grab the spotlight in the "IRPC" sequel's premiere outdoors and under the stars September 14.
Wallisch's new solo film drops on Tuesday, but you can see it before anyone else - and get Tom to sign a poster - at our meet 'n greet premiere party Monday at Legacy Lodge.
Some new things, some new to us things and the return of some old favorites. A look ahead at the 2012-2013 season!
Park City All Star Tom Wallisch is the man to beat on the ski slopestyle scene. His runs are creative, risky and flawless. Did we mention he just topped the Powder Magazine Readers Poll as well?
Arnette has signed on as exclusive eyewear partner of "I Ride Park City".
The beast is open and ready for business. With one of the earliest openings on record, the 22-foot Eagle Superpipe is the 5th superpipe in the U.S. to open this season.
Newest Park City All Star Joss Christensen putting in some laps before he left to compete in this weeks Dew Tour.
Dan Brisse sessions the Quicksilver jump while logging clips for the edit running right now on TWS.