Two-time Olympic champion Seth Wescott (left) continues to be a leader in snowboarding, both on the SBX course and in the Alaskan backcountry. (Getty Images/Doug Pensinger)
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Seth Wescott takes you behind the scenes for a 36-hour look into his attempt to make a third Olympic team. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Snowboarding)
Lindsey Jacobellis (blue bib) closed out the Olympic selection period for snowboardcross with a third-place finish in the FIS Snowboard World Cup Sunday in Vallnord.
Trevor Jacob rode to his career first snowboardcross victory Saturday in the FIS Snowboard World Cup in Vallnord, putting him in prime position to make the Olympic team with just a month to go before Sochi.
Olympic medalists Seth Wescott (Sugarloaf, ME) and Lindsey Jacobellis (Stratton, VT), along with seven-time X Games gold medalist Nate Holland (Squaw Valley, CA), headline U.S. Snowboarding’s 2013-14 snowboardcross team.
VIDEO: U.S. 2nd and 3rd in Team SBX
U.S. teams of Nate Holland/Nick Baumgartner and Jonathan Cheever/Seth Wescott finished second and third respectively in the FIS Snowboard World Cup team snowboardcross in Veysonnaz, Switzerland. The Canadian team of Fagan/Robanske won the race.
The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix and USANA Skicross returns for a third year to Canyons Resort Feb. 25- Mar. 2.
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Nick Baumgartner finished seventh to lead the USA at the FIS Snowboard World Championships SBX.
Olympians Seth Wescott, Nate Holland, Nick Baumgartner, and Faye Gulini lead a team of 29 top ranked athletes named to the 2013 FIS World Snowboarding Championships Team.
A brilliant team event victory at the Paul Mitchell Progression Session in Dec. has earned reigning Olympic snowboardcross gold medalist Seth Wescott and two-time Olympian Nate Holland the U.S. Olympic Committee Team of
Seth Wescott and Nate Holland combined to win the team SBX at the Paul Mitchell Progression Session in Telluride.
Seth Wescott won the USANA Snowboardcross Cup in Telluride, his first victory in four years.
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The list of accomplishments for this two-time Olympic gold medalist speaks for itself. In 2006 Wescott solidified his spot in snowboardcross history when he became the first man to win Olympic gold in his sport, only to repeat his performance in 2010. Competing only four times in 2011, Wescott took his third-career World Championship silver and another World Cup win. However, his constant quest for first descents on big mountains truly define Wescott’s career. Annual spring trips to Alaska's Chugach Mountains and the shores of Costa Rica keep life in perspective for the most influential man in snowboardcross.
In 2012 Wescott suffered a shoulder injury that left him out for the season, but he came back strong with a win at the Telluride World Cup to kick-start a solid season. In April, while filming for Warren Miller in Alaska, Wescott suffered a knee injury that sidelined him until December and ultimately cost him his third trip the Olympics. But now he is back on his board and back on track filming another video part and gearing up for the 2016 season.
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