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The Snowboard Szine Vol. 1, Issue 34

11/22/05
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In This Issue
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1. New on our Sites / and Lauren in the Press
2. Elijah Teter Critically Injured
3. First Descent - Snowboard Flick in Theatres
4. Hey Snowboard Artists - Dec. 15 Deadline
5. Snow This Week in East

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1. New on our Sites / and Lauren in the Press

An awesome new picture by Ziggy will be up on my home page by tmw (Wed.). It's Yale Cousino and Chris Rotax sliding 2 rails side by side at the Burlington VT City Center Rail Jam Nov. 11. They only pulled off this trick successfully once that night, and Ziggy risked his life to bring it to you. Take a look!

Hey teenage girls - 2 new TWIN (!) heartthrobs (oh, you don't know that word, do you?) have posted their profile up on my site. Check out http://www.snowboardprofiles.com/
then click on O'Leary. Yum!

Lauren in the Press
I was quoted in Fit Yoga, Nov. issue saying how yoga helps me with my snowboarding because it helps me practice balance, flexibility, and relaxation. I do mean it. Yoga helps me be a better snowboarder. You probably know, I'm no spring chicken. Cluck.

Last Saturday, I had a short segment on Peter Greenberg's national radio show "Travel Today with Peter Greenberg." Peter is the also the travel editor of NBC. I talked on air about how Boardercross will be a new Olympic Event this winter, and how snowboarding is a great sport for adults to enjoy. I hope to be a guest again in the future. Thanks Dominique!

I went to the big Snow Sports Show in Boston Friday. Saw my friend Max Henault and his girlfriend Marisol doing their trampoline demo with their team. It was incredible. Max and a teammate both bounced ON their snowboards and did multiple flips. Marisol has PERFECT athletic form. Quite a sight.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Lauren

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2. Elijah Teter Critically Injured

Elijah Teter, of the famous Teter Snowboard clan and US Snowboard team member was critically injured on Nov. 12 when he had an accident at Whistler involving high speed and rocks.
Our very best wishes to him for a speedy and full recovery.

I rode with him when he was helping out at Tricia Byrnes' Snowboard Camp at Stratton Mountain, VT
in 2004. See Elijah, me and my fellow campers in the gondy here

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Easy to read format.
http://www.SnowboardEventsCalendar.com

New Events added weekly.

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3. First Descent - Snowboard Flick in Theatres

Next Friday, Dec. 2 the snowboard movie opens in real theatres across the US.
Shaun, Hannah, Shawn Farmer, Nick Peralta, and Terje star.
Mountain Dew and Universal have teamed up on this one. Should be a fun night out.
May not hang around in theatres long due to the low percentage of snowboarders compared to Americans.
Locations soon at www.firstdescentmovie.com/

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4. Hey Snowboard Artists -
Ride Snowboards' Art Design Competition
Dec. 15 Deadline

OK, this time I'm giving my Szine readers a decent amount of advance notice. So no excuses!

Ride Snowboards' 4th Annual Snowboard Art Design Competition will be held and exhibited in Seattle beginning in February 2006. This year's Grand Prize winner will receive $1,000 cash and a one-of-a-kind Ride Snowboard featuring the winning artwork. The Top 50 works including Best of Show, Runner-Ups, and Honorable Mentions (sponsored by artLink Steamboat) will be exhibited online at www.ridesnowboards.com and www.artlinksteamboat.com.

Past winners over the last three years have gone on to continue working with Ride, getting contracted to design boards and t-shirt graphics. All contestants have had the opportunity to keep in touch with Ride's Creative Department for possible future projects.

Important Dates:

On or before Dec. 15, 2005, contestants must send the Intent to Enter form including a rough sketch of their concept and the entry fee to Ride Snowboards. Contestants then have one month to finish up and submit final entries by January 16, 2006. Full details on the entry process can be found at www.ridesnowboards.com (click on Culture, then Snowboard Art IV).

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Thanks! Lauren

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5. Snow This Week in East

My meteorologist buddy Jim Roemer's new weather website just went live. He's predicting serious weather and lots of snow this week for the Eastern US. He says:

Two nor'easters have the potential to bring the central and northern Green Mountains of Vermont at least 18-24" of snow, over the next 5-6 days, and in some places, 3 feet, according to Jim Roemer, meteorologist and owner of BestSkiweather.com.

"I am very confident that ski areas around Jay Peak, and possibly Stowe and Whiteface Mountain will be blanketed with at least 18-24" at Sugarbush and Killington, and even a foot or more of snow at Okemo from these two systems.
Even southern Vermont ski resorts, such as Mt. Snow and Ascutney could see 6-12", with their best chance being from the second system later Friday and Saturday."

Put BestSkiweather.com on your list of favorites for checking weather.

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Thanks for reading The Snowboard Szine!

Lauren
Editor and Creator of
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