Chas Guldemond, a long-time leader in snowboarding both on and off the hill, competed as a part of the first-ever U.S. Olympic slopestyle team in Sochi. (Getty Images/Doug Pensinger)
Fifteen-year-old U.S. rookie slopestyle team member Red Gerard finished fifth in his Dew Tour Slopestyle debut Sunday in Breckenridge.
The 2016 U.S. Snowboarding halfpipe, slopestyle, big air and snowboardcross teams, led by Olympians Lindsey Jacobellis, Kelly Clark, Taylor Gold and Chas Guldemond have been officially announced.
Chas Guldemond, Taylor Gold, Brandon Davis and more headed the 19th annual Superpark session in Seven Springs, PA last week.
The men threw down an unbelievable podium sweep at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Park City, UT. Eric Willett was first, Chas Guldemond took second and Eric Beauchemin was third. On the women’s side, Karly Shorr was second.
Snowboarding Sprint U.S. Grand Prix finale action kicked off Wednesday in the King’s Crown terrain park at Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) with the Paul Mitchell slopestyle snowboarding qualifications.
Chas Guldemond rode a strong first run to set himself up for a second career Dew Tour slopesteyle title.
The inaugural slopestyle snowboarding qualification kicked off the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi Thursday. Jamie Anderson (pictured) and Karly Shorr advanced straight to the finals after finishing second and fourth in their heat.
Olympian Jamie Anderson earned silver Saturday at the X Games slopestyle snowboarding final after Norway’s Silje Norendal stomped a smooth run and pushed her out of the top spot.
Olympic champions Shaun White, Kelly Clark and Hannah Teter led 13 halfpipe and slopestyle athletes nominated to the 2014 U.S. Olympic Snowboarding Team.
Jamie Anderson mathematically clinched the first spot on the U.S. Olympic slopestyle snowboarding team with her victory Thursday at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White made a big leap towards Sochi Sunday with his third-place finish at the Paul Mitchell Slopestyle at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix. Norwegians Staale Sandbech and Torstein Horgmo went one-two.
The race for spots on the 2014 Olympic snowboarding and freeskiing team will continue with broadcast coverage on NBC and NBCSN plus live streaming at each tour stop beginning with this weekend’s event at Copper Mountain.
Top snowboarding athletes from the USA continue their push for spots on the Olympic team at the second of five Olympic qualification events, the Sprint U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix at Copper Mountain Dec. 21-22.
X Games gold medalist Chas Guldemond finished fifth and secured the top U.S. spot in the first-ever slopestyle snowboarding Olympic qualifier at the Dew Tour iON Mountain Championships at Breckenridge Sunday.
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New Hampshire native Chas Guldemond moved to Lake Tahoe in 2005 to seriously pursue professional snowboarding. “After a lot of hitchhiking to the mountain, training everyday and living off of PBJ’s and eggs” he took second at the 2006 U.S. Open. After that, it all fell into place. He has officially sealed his spot as one of slopestyle's biggest names with wins at elite contests around the world including the Burton US Open, Arctic Challenge, X Games, U.S. Grand Prix and the Winter Dew Tour. Guldemond was also a member of the of the inagural U.S. Snowboarding Olympic Slopestyle Team that traveled to Sochi in 2014.
Guldemond came into the 2014 season as a favorite to represent snowboarding slopestyle in its Olympic debut in Sochi. A top American finish at the Dew Tour and a third-place finish at the U.S. Sprint Grand Prix at Mammoth secured his ticket to Sochi, where he finished fifteenth in the historic slopestyle debut.
Absolutely one of the hardest working men in snowboarding, Guldemond continues to innovate and play to his strengths to secure podium spots. In 2015 Guldemond started the season off strong with a win at the Dew Tour and backed that up with a second-place finish as a part of the U.S. men's podium sweep at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Park City, UT. In 2016 he scored a pair of podium finishes on the U.S. Grand Prix Tour, finishing third in Slopestyle at Mammoth Mountain and then third at the historic big air event on the scaffolding jump built in Fenway Park.
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