Eric Willett emerged as an unknown, earning a silver medal at the 2010 X Games in Aspen. Since then, he has been on top and regarded as one of the best American men in slopestyle snowboarding. (Josef Šulc)
Kyle Mack laid down a second-place finish at Air + Style Los Angeles Sunday.
U.S. Pro Slopestyle Team member Eric Willett (Breckenridge, CO) had an excellent showing at X Games Aspen on Saturday, finishing fourth in Slopestyle.
Hometown boy Brandon Davis led a U.S. sweep in slopestyle at the first U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix of the 2016 season Thursday at Mammoth Mountain.
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.
Jamie Anderson survived fog and wind to take the opening slopestyle event of the FIS Snowboard World Cup in Cardrona.
Accumulating snow and flat light did not faze Chas Guldemond who took third at the Burton US Open slopestyle finals.
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.
The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix opened its 17th season with slopestyle qualifiers at Copper Mountain today.
The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix will open its 17th season with halfpipe snowboarding and newly added Olympic sport slopestyle snowboarding at Copper Mountain Jan. 9-12.
After extreme blowing winds and snow Chas Guldemond was able to overcome the treacherous conditions and take second at Dew Tour slopestyle snowboarding finals.
The 2013 U.S. Snowboarding team was named at a fan event at Copper Mountain.
Fifteen of the best riders in the world, including TTR halfpipe World Champion Kelly Clark, TTR slopestyle World Champion Chas Guldemond and top slopestyle rider Eric Willett, are utilizing Mammoth's airbag training.
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Eric Willett put himself on the map with a silver-medal performance at his X Games debut in 2010. A Breckenridge native, Willett spent countless hours on a snowboard from a very early age, cruising the mountain with his younger brother. With a coveted spot on the Air+Style World Tour, Willett is sure to be a contender for a spot on the 2018 Olympic team when Big Air makes its Olympic debut in Pyeongchang.
Six years after his X Games debut, Willett had a fantastic showing at XG Aspen in 2016 against a highly-competitive field. Finishing just off the podium in fourth, Willett proved that he has what it takes to go up against the best in the world. He also had a podium finish at the Mammoth stop of the U.S. Grand Prix (second) and finished in the top ten at every stop of the Air + Style Tour.
Heading into the 2014 season, where slopestyle was scheduled to make its Olympic debut, Willet started strong with a ninth-place finish at the Breckenridge Dew Tour. On track to contend for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team, a crash at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix a week later left him with a season-ending injury to his upper back. Willet returned to snow in 2015 and gained momentum throughout the season culminating in his first World Cup win as he led a U.S. men's slopestyle podium sweep at the Grand Prix finale in Park City, UT.
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