Browse through selection of images from long-time snowboard photographer nomad Gabe L'Heureux.
A photo-based look back at some of the highlights from slopestyle and halfpipe snowboarding in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Due to injuries, Japanese snowboarders Ayumu Hirano and Kazu Kokubo pulled out of Snowboard SuperPipe competition at X Games Aspen.
Rookies Chloe Kim, Taylor Gold, Ben Ferguson and more sure to stand out in Snowboard SuperPipe at X Games Aspen 2014
Get to know your favorite X Games stars in the 'World of X Snowboard Show,' debuting on ESPN2 and ABC Sunday. Up first: Japan's biggest little pipe contender, Ayumu Hirano
Ayumu Hirano and Kelly Clark win the first World Cup ski halfpipe contest of the Olympic qualifying season at the 2013 New Zealand Winter Games
Japan's Ayumu Hirano withdraws from Men's Snowboard SuperPipe competition at X Games Tignes due to flu
XGames.com caught up with Ayumu Hirano after the U.S. Open finals for more on how he got from there to here, and where he's headed next.
Shaun White cruised through the sun-splashed halfpipe at a leisurely pace, sending sprays of snow at the cheering crowd lining the sides.
The next generation of pipe snowboarding charged ahead at the 2013 Burton European Open on Friday.
When he's not sleeping, young Japanese snowboarder Ayumu Hirano is making his mark as the "coolest kid in the pipe."
According to Kazu Kokubo, 13-year-old Ayumu Hirano is going to be the one to beat Shaun White
Clark and Podladtchikov qualify first in U.S. Open halfpipe semifinals