Can anyone please tell me how they measure amplitude at the Olympic Games in the half pipe. I know they used to have senses around their legs. This does not seem to be the case anymore in Beijing and it’s been bugging me because I just can’t figure it out. Thanks
I've done the work of tagging the tricks from many peoples runs from competitions across all this past Olympics. Feel free to check it out here at the links below. You can then search for a specific athlete and watch their runs or tricks too! Let me know if you would like to see...
I host a podcast called The Commonwealth that features leaders of disruptive change. We went to the Aspen X Games to interview people changing winter sports. My favorite conversation was with Scotty James, Super Pipe Gold Medalist. Search "The Commonwealth" wherever you listen to podcasts.
Been snowboarding a bit over 13 years. Will ride pretty much most things on the mountain, except massive park features.
I haven't done that much pipe riding, but started recently. I can ride up the walls, push off with a 180 (thus getting "air") and land back down fine. I'm riding...