By Kathleen Gasperini and Ryley Bane The Burton U.S. Open of Snowboarding is the largest and longest-running snowboarding competition in the world. Last week in Vail, CO, the Open marked its 33rd anniversary and wrapped-up another epic event series with Kelly Clark claiming her 8th U.S. Open title in the Superpipe and Jaime Anderson taking […]
Kelly Clark Wins 7th Burton U.S. Open Halfpipe, Jamie Anderson Wins Slopestyle, Taylor Gold Brings Home Gold at 32nd Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships Presented by MINI
The world’s best snowboarders came together in Vail, Colorado from March 3-8, 2014, to partake in the longest running, premier snowboarding event, the Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships presented by MINI. Kelly Clark (USA) and Taylor Gold (USA) became 2014 halfpipe champions and went away $45,000 dollars at the 32nd annual Burton US Open Snowboarding […]
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To Write Love On Her Arm-How T-shirts Launched a Love Movement
Often noted for their success in dealing with youth depression and suicide, TWLOHA is also a unique example of how social media and T-shirt merch can launch an entire organization.
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