Kyle Mack is on the verge of making it big. In 2013 he was the first athlete to land a triple cork in competition, and in 2014 that trick landed him on the podium at four events. (Getty Images/Harry How)
Olympian Ryan Stassel dominated the slopestyle field to take home his first ever FIS World Championship title, while teammate Kyle Mack earned bronze.
Olympic gold medalist Jamie Anderson, seen here at the slopestyle snowboarding debut at Rosa Khutor, landed another major slopestyle victory Friday at the Burton U.S. Open.
Sage Kotsenburg took the victory in slopestyle at the final stop of the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix Tour at Mammoth Mountain.
Olympic halfpipe champion Shaun White mathematically clinched a spot on the first-ever U.S. Olympic team for slopestyle snowboarding on Thursday at the Paul Mitchell Slopestyle at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association named a group of 29 talented athletes who are currently competing at the 2013 FIS Junior World Snowboarding Championships March 3-10 at Erzurum, Turkey.
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Remember the name Kyle Mack. At just 15 years old, this kid ripped apart the snowboarding world by landing the first triple cork. Once a member of the respected Burton Smalls team at 13, Mack has already proved his longevity.
The 2012 season saw Mack boost to the finals at all three Dew Tour stops as well as at the finals at the Burton Canadian Open, where he sealed an eighth-place finish among an ultra-talented crew of riders. Keep on the lookout for his huge backside double 1080 and smooth cab double 900, which landed him in first in the halfpipe and second in slopestyle at the Burton Junior European Open.
In 2013 Mack won the big air at the Paul Mitchell Progression Session and took second in both big air and halfpipe at the O’neill Evolution in Switzerland. He was also the first athlete to land a triple cork in competition, which he used to his advantage in the 2014 season to land on three slopestyle podiums. He also walked away with a second-place finish at The Shred Show in Canada, proving that he’s a well-rounded ripper. In 2015, Mack claimed back-to-back bronze medals at the FIS World Championships in both slopestyle and Big Air.
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