Watch the video interview with professional freeskier Molly Barker. Her ski sponsor sat her down in New Zealand and she explained what skiing really means to her.
The 2012 Freeride World Tour at the Revelstoke Mountain Resort in Canada is off to a great start. American Ashley Maxfield came out at the top and will be heading to Sunday's final.
July 10th, 2011 marks the day that Gus Kenworthy became the first person in the world to ever successfully land a double flip off of a rail. Watching this video is the only way to grasp the incredible nature of this impressive feat.
Rockstar skier, JF Houle, scores himself a gold medal at the 2011 Winter X Games in Europe. Houle persevered in the face of all challenges and came out victorious.
Just days ago, some of the world's greatest freeskiiers demonstrated their awe-inspiring skills at the 15th Winter X Games. Our photographer was on site and captured the moments worth remembering.
After dreaming of this day since they started skiing, a brother and sister team both achieved top honors at the 2011 The North Face Park and Pipe Open Series.
Budapest hosted the first ever major freeski event in Eastern Europe with the Fridge Festival last weekend. This event is an exciting preview of the superior freeskiing that the upcoming winter season has in store.
Due to a major lack of snow, the 2010 Argentinean Freeskiing Championships just barely escaped cancellation. Held at Eduardo’s, the massive, 2,500-vertical-foot venue in Las Leñas, Argentina, the skiers had fun with the extreme challenge.
McMillan and Stoeklein win The North Face Chilean Freeskiing Championships in El Colorado on the legendary Max’s Face. Stop #1 of the Subaru Freeskiing World Tour brought skiers from 11 countries to the heart of the Andes.
The world’s best freeskiers are on their way to South America for the first few stops of the Freeskiing World Tour. These snowy mountains are the perfect place to fight for the event title, World Tour points, and a cash purse.
The story is like something out of a fairytale. Markus Eder never dreamed that his "Wanna Be A Knight?" video would launch his freeskiing career and crown him the winner of the 2010 Nine Knights big air contest.
The New Zealander Russ Henshaw has won one of the most important Big Air Events of Europe, the Frostgun Invitational in Val Thorens. Not only has he proven himself as a skiier, but now he also has an extra 10,000 euros of prize money in his pocket.
The line up for the most exciting freeski event of the year is set. The Nine Knights is anything but the usual freeski competition and on the 24th of April they will leap through the snow, battling for fame and glory.
Unlike other performers, Jossi Wells rocks all three disciplines in freeskiing competitions. His AFP halfpipe rankings are off the chart and he continues to rack up the titles in the 2010 season.
Sam Cohen and Camilla Loughlin take the first place wins of the male and female 15-17 year old divisions respectively. Strangely enough, the highest score of the 2010 Crystal Mountain Junior Freeskiing Championship came from the 12-15 year old boys.