1. Red Bull Snowboarding Performance Camp - Day 4

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    RED BULL SNOWBOARDING PERFORMANCE CAMP – Week One They Came, They Saw, They Conquered The goal of the Red Bull Snowboarding Performance camp at Snowpark in New Zealand was simple – get the team together and provide them with an environment where they can progress their riding and snowboarding to new levels. With a professional coaching team to assist and support the athletes, custom built set-up of two identical jumps, one with bag landing, one with snow, the scene was set for some major progression sessions. With the first week dedicated to the branded athletes, this is exactly what went down. “I reckon that this is the best training facility I’ve hit yet, the air bag jump is perfect and everybody is learning new things and trying tricks that maybe you wouldn’t try at other places, it’s the best training tool I’ve hit. I’ve tried it [airbag] once before but the impact is a lot less on this one with the step-up and then you just lightly touch down in the bag, it’s really safe. I’ve done some doubles but I’m just trying some new ones and trying to get them more perfected” - Mark McMorris The women were represented by the lone Canadian Spencer O’Brien, what she lacked in numbers she more than made up for in performance and attitude.“It was actually pretty funny because none of the riders really knew what we were coming for so it was kinda like - “You’re going to this camp, here’s your ticket, have fun” – so I didn’t really know what it was going to be but I was definitely excited and I knew it was Red Bull so it was going to be cool. When we got here and found out everything that was happening I was really, really stoked! The setup is really good, this bag jump is a lot bigger and a lot different than all the other ones I’ve hit, it’s really good for learning tricks, just how much air-time you get and because it’s a step-up style jump you’re not getting as much impact when you actually hit the bag, it’s really well set up and It’s a lot of fun” - Spencer O’Brien After two days of experimenting and perfecting new tricks on the Bag Jump, it was time to get real and move it next door to the step-up. Once riders became comfortable with the run-in and the jump itself you could see them really driving themselves physically and more importantly mentally into new territory. The majority of the crew were attempting and more often than not landing tricks they had never made before, proving how successful a training environment like this really is. The crew was enjoying themselves, encouraging each other and having a lot of fun, an important factor to successful learning. Coach and rider Pat Moore (US) had this to say on the week "The past couple days have been a lot of fun and it’s definitely been an experience hitting the bag, but you’re hitting a bag and I think it was cool today to see people taking their tricks and bringing it to the snow. Mark McMorris was doing his double back rodeo 9’s and Seb was doing stuff, so was Scotty James, all around the board there were people putting stuff down or at least trying you know and that was pretty rad because there’s a big difference between doing a trick into a bag and actually doing a trick. I think it was great, it just shows what a scenario like this can do for peoples riding" The aim of the game was progression, and progress they did. Athletes reached amazing new heights, pushed personal boundaries and the progression of snowboarding. The camp provided a glimpse into the future of what snowboarding can and will become with such talented riders leading the charge. They came, they saw, they conquered. Next week the rookies are in town to make their mark. Webclips and a weekly VNR will be available via the Content Pool at www.redbullcontentpool.com There will a variety of images available daily at www.redbull-photofiles.com

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    • Tweaker

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      FREESTYLE FLEX A true freestyle innovation. Featuring the original freestyle flexing Tweaker Cuff, and introducing the new Tweaker Shell Construction and Tweaker Liner Panel. Together they provide a softer medial (inside) flex while maintaining the toe-to-heel and lateral support needed to power through heavy landings or hold an edge when charging. The softer medial flex let’s you style out that blunt slide, crank those Japan airs, and it’s also more comfortable in a wider shred stance. Unlike meth, you can tweak all you want without crashing or losing all your teeth.

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      • The JLA Memorial Banked Slalom

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        Check out the video from the first annual Jeff Anderson Memorial Banked Slalom at Mammoth Mtn Ca. This was a damn good time and sure to be a yearly gathering.

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        • Mr. Plant Collection Premiere with Pat Moore and Travis Rice

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          Pat Moore recently dropped by Asymbol for the premiere of the Mr. Plant Collection, featuring photography by the ultra-talented Kiwi/Swiss Vernon Deck. In this video, Pat and Travis walk through the gallery while discussing images from the Collection. Check it out.

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          • Pat Moore B Roll Edit from Forum's Forever

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            Forum Fridays comes to you as an extension of Forum’s new video release, FOREVER. Here’s an edit of Pat Moore’s B Roll footage featuring backcountry lines & booters, along with some of his urban exploits. Don’t miss Pat’s Interview in the upcoming November Issue of TransWorld Snowboarding, Subscribe HERE either paper or digital

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            • THE HARBOR - JUDGEMENT

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              Welcome to the first episode of The Harbor! In this episode, Mike Smith addresses the topics of Judgement and prejudice both in and outside of the classroom and how students can help resolve this problem in their schools. Each episode of The Harbor will provide students with real perspectives from real people that will help them achieve greater success both in and outside of school by focusing on themes that we feel are not adequately addressed under the standards of today’s educational system. CRITICAL THINKING - JUDGEMENT: Print version (PDF) - http://mikesmithlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Judgement-Print.pdf Digital version (PDF) - http://mikesmithlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Judgement-Digital.pdf

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              • A SPOT minute

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                Random Tricks from my phone

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                • Windells 09 Session 5: Snowboarding

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                  Session 5 was insane! Americas Next Top Pro model, Lauri Heiskari, MFM, Eddie Wall, Scotty Arnold, Pat Moore, Chas Guldemond, you name em, they were here! The Skeleton Crew came this session and built the dream feature. Sunny and sick everyday!

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                  • Forum Fridays on location in the Whistler Backcountry

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                    In conjunction with the release of Forum or Against'em, this exclusive clip is part of the Forum Fridays project – select clips, not part of the final cut, but worthy of your viewing pleasure. This installment features the Whistler backcountry, with bonus footage from John Jackson, Peter Line, Joni Malmi and Pat Moore. Forum or Against'em is Forum's fifth team-video release, upholding the progression of an acknowledged movie-making process that has produced prior noteworthy films. The video can be downloaded for $5.99 in the United States iTunes store.

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                    • Superpark 13

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                      Mammoth Lakes, CA Cameras: Justin Turkowski and Jake Price Editing: Justin Turkowski

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