Monday May 25, 2015

Last update07:13:55 AM PST


Taylor GoldThe last month in Colorado has been busy, but super fun. I did the Grand Prix and Revolution Tour at Copper towards the beginning of the month, then the Dew Tour at Breckenridge at the end of the month. During all three competitions, the riders faced some challenging weather conditions, like snow and flat light, but I was fortunate enough to land at least one run in each competition. It was also great to see many of the people I never see during the summer. Many members of the PacSun USASA Team attended the events and it was cool to see everybody killing it.


Ryan Stassel SequenceHey everyone, hope the holidays and snow have been treating you well.

I just got back home to Alaska from stormy Lake Tahoe, where it was snowing non stop for about 6 days straight. The pow there was some of the best I have ridden in a long time. Too much fun!!


Hey All,

RevTour2I am just checking in. I recently just got home from my first trip to CO and had the time of my life.The pipe was perfect and there was good vibes everywhere. I competed in the Grand Prix at Copper as well as the Revolution Tour. It was my first grand prix I have ever competed in and had a blast. I landed one of my runs and fell on the other and ended up getting 17th out of 40 women in halfpipe. The Revolution Tour  was so much fun and went really well.


Spencer ShawHey everyone how’s it going? The start to my winter is going great and I’m very motivated this year. The first Grand prix at copper and made finals and took 10th place over all. I landed a great run, front 10, cab 7, air, back 9, and front 12. I was very excited with my riding that day. Soon after the contest I did interviews with 5 different magazines, which I am very excited to see what they publish.


WindellsdoublecorkHey everyone, I have an update here that is going to get everyone stoked on the upcoming season. Winter is only weeks away!

This summer most of us on the USASA PacSun Team made it down to New Zealand for some good riding and competitions, the Burton New Zealand Open and Junior Worlds. I had some good results finishing 23rd in slopestyle at the Burton NZO, 10th in slopestyle at Junior Worlds, and 8th in halfpipe at Junior Worlds. Hoping to continue the good results through this season my plans are to do some of the Grand Prixs, Dew Tours, and USASA Nationals, just to name a few events.


Hey everyone!!

Winter is getting closer! It’s starting to get colder in Colorado and I’m super excited for the season to start. I’ve been pretty busy lately. Last February I tore my ACL and had to get surgery. Unfortunately it’s a 6+ month recovery and I had to do a ton of physical therapy. It was hard knowing my friends were out having fun when I was stuck inside. But all that physical therapy paid off because my knee feels good as new. I’m back on my skateboard and taking it easy until the season starts.


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