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WIRED – POV.HD

“When you see helmet-cam footage in ski and snowboard films, odds are it came from the POV, which favors reliability over versatility. The burly, pro-level 1080p unit uses a heavy A/V cable to connect the 142-degree lens to a handheld monitor/control unit.”- WIRED


POV.HD Featured In ASPEN Magazine

V.I.O. POV.HD featued in the latest issue of ASPEN Magazine.


SkiingMag.com POV Cameras

“We look at some new POV cameras to see what their features are, why they’re cool, and what they can do for you.” – www.skiingmag.com

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Light The Wick World Premiere Blasts Off

This week’s Almost Live joins TGR’s athletes and fans at the world premiere of Light The Wick. Watch TGR athletes, friends and family gather for their annual dinner and then gear up for a premiere full of signings from athletes, massive giveaways and a closing segment that was presented in RealD during the late show. As Dana Flahr notes just before everything begins, “We’re here for the world premiere of Light The Wick. We’ve got a packed house and I’m pumped. We’re going to see the movie for the first time in about five minutes and I can’t wait.” – TGR


Light The Wick World Premiere Blasts Off

This week’s Almost Live joins TGR’s athletes and fans at the world premiere of Light The Wick. Watch TGR athletes, friends and family gather for their annual dinner and then gear up for a premiere full of signings from athletes, massive giveaways and a closing segment that was presented in RealD during the late show. As Dana Flahr notes just before everything begins, “We’re here for the world premiere of Light The Wick. We’ve got a packed house and I’m pumped. We’re going to see the movie for the first time in about five minutes and I can’t wait.” – TGR


Light The Wick World Premiere


Teton Village, Wyoming – On Saturday, September 18, approximately 2,000 avid TGR fans gathered at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for the world premiere and second showing of TGR’s new 3D & HD ski film, Light The Wick.


World Heli Challenge, Ted-Davenport Interview

“Big Mountain skier Ted Davenport took out the skiing overall Mens Champion title at the 2009 World Heli Challenge, dominating the big mountain day and the Chinese Downhill – where his ski racing background gave him the edge.” – World Heli Challenge


Almost Live: Naming Light the Wick

“This week’s Almost Live focuses on what goes into naming each year’s film and explores the meaning of Light the Wick. As supervising producer Josh Nielsen puts it, “…we kept forging forward until we found something that everyone was super psyched on..and that’s basically what happened with Light the Wick.” – TGR


Daron Rahlves: Sympathy For the Devil

Former US Ski Team member Daron Rahlves joins the TGR crew in Alaska during this week’s Almost Live. While everyone is stoked to have him around, the terrain remains unforgiving and Rahlves takes a nasty crash on his first run while skiing a line off the shoulder of a granite feature known as the Devil’s Thumb. As Sage put it, “First run out of the gate, super gnarly exposure ripping the line into a super gnarly crash.” – TGR

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Behind the Line: Seth Morrison

In this week’s Behind the Line, Seth Morrison and the crew wait out adverse Alaska conditions as they look for the perfect big mountain line. Seth puts it best, “You put in your time and it’ll come to you. Patience is the the name of the game at the end of the day.” – TGR

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TGR: Tanner Hall, Stoked on Pringles

Watch Tanner Hall hit one of the steepest lines that Alaska has to offer in his continued transition to big mountain riding. Tanner describes it as the sickest run of his life and mentions that no contest could ever bring him joy like that. In honor of some of the tastiest spines they’d ever skied and Tanner’s post-shred snack, the guys named the run “Pringles.” – TGR

Sage: “You ever hit anything like this before?”

Tanner: “Never dude! Are you f*ing kidding me?”


Almost Live: Welcome to Outer Space

“The crew heads to the previously unexplored Petersburg, Alaska. They find the terrain to be big and burly; everyone felt like they were floating in space due to its size. With first descents being the norm, Ian McIntosh drops in on a virgin line with his Ripxx and records his G’s and top speed, charging!” – TGR


Behind the Line: Dana Flahr

“The TGR crew was meeting in Vancouver, Dana Flahr had to hop on a bus at 2pm, but decided to take his chances and sled into the backcountry for a quick shred.” – TGR

“As far as REALLY big tricks off REALLY big airs in big mountain terrain, Dana Flahr is the guy, hands down” -Todd Jones

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Super G TV AK:Trophy Lines

“With stable conditions, Super G and crew fly around AK looking for trophy lines. These were the first 3 runs of the day: Mt. Emmerich, Sitting Bull, and a first descent of the towering Warthog.” – Super G TV

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Behind the Line: Ian McIntosh Wide Open

“Oh god! would these faceshots please stop so i can please see where I’m going!” -Ian McIntosh

“Haines, AK received 8ft of powder in a 14 day period and the TGR crew were blessed with stable snow conditions. Classic McIntosh, he picked a line with a large drop coming out of it, full of critical turns, and had to beat his sluff out. Watch as Todd Jones, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Josh Neilson, and the man himself dissect and analyze Ian McIntosh’s line.” – TGR

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