Olympic lookback with slopestyle gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg, who is spending the week coaching summer camps and attending the ESPYS.
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
On the eve of snowboarding's Paralympic debut, snowboard cross racer and adaptive sport organizer Amy Purdy is reflecting on her achievements and working on her dance moves.
Australian snowboarder Matthew "Matty" Robinson, 28, died on Friday following injuries sustained on Feb. 12 while competing at the IPC Para-Snowboard World Cup in La Molina, Spain.
Torah Bright is the only snowboarder going for an Olympic trifecta by competing in halfpipe, slopestyle and snowboardcross in Sochi, Russia.
Team USA Olympic halfpipe competitor Hannah Teter named Global Ambassador to Special Olympics
Danny Davis won gold in Snowboard SuperPipe to close out X Games Aspen 2014.
Mark McMorris, the silver medalist from Saturday's Snowboard Slopestyle final, broke a rib in a slope crash.
Due to injuries, Japanese snowboarders Ayumu Hirano and Kazu Kokubo pulled out of Snowboard SuperPipe competition at X Games Aspen.
Air & Style will now be primarily owned by Shaun White, who announced his majority acquisition of the 20-year-old snowboarding tour on Monday.
X Games SuperPipe star Gretchen Bleiler will retire from competition after this season.
Watch the full 22-minute edit of Danny Davis' Peace Park project and check in with one of snowboarding's most cherished creative minds.
When doctors said she wouldn't make a full recovery from a devastating eye injury, Gretchen Bleiler didn't listen, and beat the odds.
Two familiar faces lead a deep field of snowboarders after the first two days of U.S. Olympic team qualifying at the the Dew Tour's iON Mountain Championships in Breckenridge, Colo.
Shaun White partners with GoPro and Snow Park Technologies to create new private pipe, airbag and slopestyle course training center at Australia's Perisher Resort
This winter's Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colo., will now serve as an Olympic selection event for U.S. skiers, snowboarders heading to Sochi