1. #HelmetsAreCool

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    www.basics.highfivesfoundation.org Winner of the 2014 Reno AMA Ace Award for "Best Video" #HelmetsAreCool is the third installment of five for the High Fives Foundation B.A.S.I.C.S. (Being. Aware. Safe. In. Critical. Situations.) Program Service. The previous two B.A.S.I.C.S. documentaries inspired critical thinking regarding five critical mistakes that winter action sports athletes have made before suffering a life-altering injury; and backcountry safety with a concentration on avalanche awareness. #HelmetsAreCool focuses on helmet usage and safety while highlighting High Fives Athlete Danny Toumarkine’s recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury he suffered while snowboarding without a helmet along with three other featured athletes. Get your #HelmetsAreCool stickers at: https://highfivesfoundation.org/stickers/

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    • Laker High Fives

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      I am shaking with genuine excitement throughout this video... I've never experienced such a thing. (PS - Does anybody know if Kobe has a vimeo account? I wanna add him to the credits.)

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      • The Cody Walker Story

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        www.highfivesfoundation.org/donate The Cody Walker Story highlights the inspirational journey of Winter Empowerment Athlete - Cody Walker and his recovery from life-altering injuries he suffered while snowboarding on March 1, 2013. The High Fives Foundation has provided Cody with multiple grants for Physical therapy at the University of Utah - Rehabilitation Center and at Neuroworx. Stay tuned for more updates on Cody and his hard work to return to life with his family! For more information on Cody Walker: www.highfivesfoundation.org/cody-walker

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        • High Five the Wave!

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          http://www.highfivesfoundation.org August 5-9, 2012 the High Fives Foundation took a group Winter Empowerment Fund Athletes to San Clemente, CA to learn the sport of adaptive surfing at San Onofre State Park’s “Dog Patch” beach. Athletes Steve Wallace, Taylor Fiddyment, Landon McGauley, Danny Toumarkine and John Davis traveled with the Foundation and a media team to Southern California for their first ever Adaptive Surf Camp. A consistent 3-6’ swell delivered gorgeous sets of waves for the talented team to discover new muscle memory skills on Infinity Waveskis (sit down waveskis). With an all-star cast of adaptive surf community members on hand to show everyone the ropes, the three days spent on the water went by way too fast. The inaugural trip helped expand the reach of the Foundation by providing a new outlet for those that suffer a life altering injury. Additionally the skills learned are transferable to winter action sports and will help in the recovery process of all involved in the great sport of adaptive surfing. Thank you very much to the following people that lent their time, talents and equipment: Steve Boehne (Infinity Surfboard Co.), Kim Mcrae, Dan Moore, Mark Thornton, Mike Johnson, Chris Oberle and John Davis. Stay tuned for next year’s camp! Thumbnail image: Trevor Clark (http://www.trevorclarkphoto.com)

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          • Jake Hickman - 1 Year Later

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            The above video highlights the one year redemption of a High Fives Foundation Winter Empowerment Fund athlete. As a 16 year-old, Tahoe Vista, CA native Jake Hickman was well on his way to realizing his dream of qualifying for the U.S. Freestyle Development Group in the sport of mogul skiing. On December 22, 2011 the talented skier crashed while competing at a U.S. Freestyle Ski Team - Selection Competition in Steamboat Springs, CO. The reigning J2 National Champion caught the edge of his ski before one of the jumps in the course. The crash resulted in a spiral compression fracture of Jake's T8 vertebrae with an incomplete paralysis of the spinal cord. At first uncertain of his ability to even walk again, Jake powered through a strenuous regimen of physical therapy to return to the sport he loves. One year later he returned to the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team - Selection Competition at Copper Mountain, CO and placed 24th with a score of 74.23. This in itself is a testament to the hard work that Jake has put in. "It is interesting to think back on the last year of my life. Through this injury, I have learned a great deal about myself, have become a better person and realized the value of positivity in all aspects of life. The High Fives Foundation has helped me with my recovery by being an amazing positive support group, financially and personally. My complete recovery wouldn't have been possible without them and their generosity, friendship and support." - Jake Hickman The High Fives Foundation's Winter Empowerment Fund provided Jake with rehabilitative healing therapies such as Physical Therapy with Scott Williams (P.T.) of Synergy Therapeutics, Acupuncture with Tyler Lapkin (L.Ac), Massage Therapy with Karen Stubbs (L.M.T.) and one on one training with Chris Cloyd (Fitness Director - Performance Training Center by Julia Mancuso). These therapies along with time spent in the gym, with his TRX Suspension Training System and on the trails would not be possible without the generosity of 82 (and counting) donors that have directly contributed to this up and coming ski star. The Winter Empowerment Fund allocates donated funds to athletes that have applied for and been approved by the Board of Directors - Grant Selection Committee for a specific grant to assist in recovery from a life altering injury. To learn more about the High Fives Foundation and the Winter Empowerment Program Service point your browser to highfivesfoundation.org. Also, stay up to date on upcoming events and information by following the High Fives Foundation on twitter and Facebook (twitter.com/hi5sfoundation and facebook.com/highfivesfoundation). As Jake makes his way to the U.S. Freestyle Selection Group his positivity is a beacon of inspiration!

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            • 4fourths - Game Trailer

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              4fourths is a game made by Mikengreg for Gamma IV, a game competition constraining developers to design games played with only 1 button. Visit the website for more info... http://4fourths.com/ Trailer by Johnlikens.com Game design and programming by Mikengreg.com Music by Jinder - myspace.com/jindermusic

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              • TRAiNS 2013

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                The 2013 TRAiNS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard Contest was a great success as 30 competitors took to the air in a style centric event presented by Volkl Skis, Marker Bindings, GoPro and Alpine Meadows. Filmed on the RED Camera, this edit provides a unique perspective of the exciting day at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort on April 20, 2013. Hundreds of spectators enjoyed sunny skies, amazing ski & snowboard action, custom-made bigtruck Brand hats, music from the Silver Boombox Thief, Jamie LaValle’s world famous chicken wings, food from the Full BellyDeli, and a world-class venue produced by Crux Events at one of the High Fives Foundation's marquee events. In addition to the action on the hill, TRAiNS is an event that gives back with the winning athletes and best team donating their respective cash purses (of $5,000 total) to selected charitable organizations. The winner(s) of the Best 540 (Nick Goepper and Kyle Smaine) donated $1,000 to The Sarah Burke Foundation as did the winner of the Best Backflip (Toby Miller). The winner of the Best Switch Trick (Raleigh White) donated $1,000 to The Bob Woodruff Foundation while the best TRAiNS Team donated their $2,000 winnings to The Shane McConkey Foundation. TRAiNS 2013 was also made possible thanks to support from: Newschoolers.com, Phunkshun Wear Facemasks, Smith Optics, Coors Light, Koss Stereophones, VTPB, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Northwestern Mutual - Ryan Williams, Rome SDS, bigtruck brand, Sports Basement, Armada Outerwear, Tomahawk, Under Armor, Bistro 22, Line, Full Tilt, Newschoolers.com, Discrete Headwear, Arcade Belts, Cabot Cheese, TRX Suspension Training and Diecutstickers.com. To learn more about the High Fives Foundation and its mission to to raise money and awareness for athletes that suffer a life-altering injury while pursuing a dream in the winter action sports point your browser to: www.highfivesfoundation.org

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                • Cody LaPlante/Season edit/2014

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                  Even though it was a crappy snow year in Tahoe Cody made the best of it. Some clips of the season of traveling. Enjoy!

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                  • High 5s "Trains" Event 2010

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                    This was the 2010 "Trains" event put on by High Fives foundation, crappy weather made it a difficult edit. Hope you enjoy it! Song: "Telling me things" by Blakroc. Shot by Trent Palmer and Nathan Garofolos. Edited by Trent Palmer. Shot on a canon 7D (60fps) and RED (120fps)

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                    • One Weekend in Jackson

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                      Jeff Brines' objective for this project was to self shoot an entire weekend in Jackson, WY only utilizing only GoPros. The result is this shameless two minutes and thirty seconds of puppies, high fives, beer showers, gun shooting, fish catching and a whole lot of bike riding. "Fun" I think they call it...Follow Jeff at www.earlyups.com. Instgram earlyups and JJ_0909 By the numbers: Number of rides: 5 (including the race as one ride) Vertical Ascended: 9320 ft Vertical Descended: 10310 ft Fish Caught: 5 Fish Missed: At *least* 5 Clays Hit: 21 Clays Missed: Don't worry about it Beers Drank: Lots Girls I went up to and then ran away from: 3 Shuttles: 0 High Fives: No idea but its a lot. Things Tucker destroyed: 3 Insta: Earlyups & JJ_0909

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