Olympic lookback with slopestyle gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg, who is spending the week coaching summer camps and attending the ESPYS.
Athletes over the age of 40 dominated BMX Vert at X Games Austin, while the young guns ruled in skateboarding. So what does that mean for the future of vert?
The X Games "20 Years, 20 Firsts" series continues with Elena Hight's first double backside alley-oop rodeo in a halfpipe competition at X Games Aspen 2013
The X Games "20 Years, 20 Firsts" series continues with Shaun White's perfect score in Men's Snowboard SuperPipe at X Games Aspen in 2012.
The X Games "20 Years, 20 Firsts" series continues with Shaun White's first double cork McTwist 1260 and first X Games Snowboard SuperPipe three-peat in 2010
When China recruited Yiwei Zhang at the age of 11, it set out to create an athlete who could dominate an Olympic halfpipe competition. It created a snowboarder instead.
Will Wesson returns to competition for the Vars Tournament, a unique freeskiing contest in the southern French Alps
A look back, through portraits, at a small sampling of snowboarders who stood out on the competition circuit this year
The TTR World Snowboard Tour champions were announced at the conclusion of the U.S. Open. Meet the class of 2014: Stale Sandbech, Kelly Clark, Jamie Anderson, Taku Hiraoka, Chloe Kim and Max Parrot
Kelly Clark moved back to the top of the snowboarding world Saturday, winning her seventh Burton U.S. Open title four weeks after finishing third at the Olympics.
After his disappointing Olympic performance, White's hiding in plain site with his band Bad Things
Jamie Anderson, Mark McMorris, Kelly Clark and Taylor Gold reigned supreme at the U.S. Open. Check out the photo highlights from the longest-running contest in snowboarding.
Catching up with Olympic halfpipe gold medalist David Wise as life settles back to normal after the Olympic frenzy
Alpine racer Justin Reiter will be the last snowboarder to compete for Team USA in Sochi. Meet the most passionate Olympic snowboarder you've never heard of.
Emotions were running high at the Olympic debut of women's ski halfpipe, as athletes, family and friends honored the memory of freeskiing pioneer and advocate Sarah Burke.
Maddie Bowman of the United States won the first-ever gold in women's Olympic halfpipe skiing.