Snowboarding falls out of favor on U.S. slopes

Business Jan 24, 2015

Snowboarding falls out of favor on U.S. slopes

Aging athletes, new skis and a lack of snow are ganging up on the once-edgy sport of snowboarding, which has seen a marked drop in participation over the last decade. Industry experts say it's a sign of the maturing of snowboarding, which grew at a ...

Utah ski industry gets jump-start on Vail

Travel Dec 6, 2014

Utah ski industry gets jump-start on Vail

by Brady Mccombs

Skiers and snowboarders traveling to Utah this winter will find the same jagged mounting peaks looming just east of Salt Lake City and many familiar trails at the state's 15 resorts. But they may also notice a few signs of the significant changes that ...

Takeuchi seeks second medal

Olympics / Winter Olympics / Snowboarding Feb 21, 2014

Takeuchi seeks second medal

Snowboarder Tomoka Takeuchi, who took the silver medal in the women's parallel giant slalom at the Sochi Winter Games on Wednesday, hopes to grab another medal in Saturday's parallel slalom, despite a patchy history in the event. The first Japanese female boarder to win an ...

Snowboarding Feb 4, 2014

Sochi slopestyle course questioned after crash

The slopestyle course that drew complaints from some riders ahead of the Sochi Olympics is set to be modified after Norwegian medal hope Torstein Horgmo broke his collarbone in practice Monday and is out of the Winter Games. The 26-year-old Horgmo landed heavily on his ...