It's the Skiers' Turn with the World Premiere of "IRPC: SKI!"
We saw too much style from the skiers in the park last year to not give them their due on the big screen, so we're stoked for them to grab the spotlight when we premiere "IRPC: SKI!" outdoors and under the stars in the PayDay Base Area Saturday, September 14.
The original full-length film - shot entirely in our parks - features local and visiting pros including Wallisch, Schlopy, Joss Christensen, McRae Williams, Nicky Keefer and more. We're starting things off at 7pm with a free autograph session with some of the film's featured athletes, followed by the show. Admission's free and we'll be selling beverages (including adult ones for those of you of age). Come by, hang for a while and check out our new ski film a year in the making.
Come back here September 15 to stream the full film and get a taste by watching the teaser below.
In the days leading up to their walk down the ESPYS Red Carpet, olympic gold medalists Sage Kotsenburg and Joss Christensen jetted around the country with the Woodward Team. The private jet stopped at Woodward Copper so the pros could shred the summer snow terrain park, then off to Woodward Tahoe to skateboard, bounce on tramps and high-five some campers along the way. The adventure ended in Los Angeles at the ESPYS where both athletes were nominated for Best Male U.S. Olympic Athlete. At the end of the night, Sage took home the honors adding an ESPY to his trophy collection. Go to WoodwardTV.com for more!
Camp Woodward will welcome the first-ever Olympic gold medalists in men's slopestyle to the Woodward Copper camp in Colorado on July 14th and Woodward Tahoe on July 15th. The two Olympic slopestyle gold medal winners will lend their expertise this summer to campers this summer at Camp Woodward. Campers will get the opportunity to hang out, train and grab photos with both Joss and Sage. There is still time to sign up for the summer camps. If you can't make these dates and there are always pros dropping in.
The Holy Bowly continues to rock and the pros are coming out of the woodwork to join in this progression bonanza! TWS Coverage - http://snowboarding.transworld.net/photos/lib-techs-holy-bowly-park-city-day-3-little-things/ Snowboarder Mag Coverage - http://www.snowboardermag.com/photos/lib-techs-holy-bowly-day-three-recap/
After a hectic freeski season and competing on an injured knee, Monster Energy freeskier Tom Wallisch found some time at his home resort of Park City in Utah to stack some footage before he underwent season-ending surgery. Watch as he displays why—even at half speed—he's still the best in the game. Edit created by 4bi9 Media (www.4bi9media.com // @4bi9media) For more information on Tom Wallisch, follow him on Twitter & Instagram at @TWallisch
The Sochi Games are just days away, and while we'll be rooting hard for every Team USA athlete - from the curlers to the figure skaters - we'll be cheering especially hard for 2 athletes in particular: because they're our very own! Slopestyle snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg and slopestyle freeskier Joss Christensen are both Park City locals and both part of "I Ride Park City" All Stars. Both will be in medal contention, and we couldn't be prouder to have them as representatives to the world both of our mountain and their hometown of Park City.
End of the season bangers with Scott Stevens, Mark Edlund Alex Sherman, Alex Rodway, Knut Eliassen, Jordan Morse, Dylan Thompson, Nate Bozung, Spencer Schubert, Kazu Kokubo, Mike Rav, & Brandon Hobush