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Subject: Phys. Ed.: Recreation & Sports

Sports Competition Library

Sports Competition Library

This is a unique and comprehensive library of competitive action sports by one of the premier action sports' producers, John "Sandy" Santucci. A former competitive freeskier himself, Santucci gives his productions a view not often seen, which is from the eyes of the athlete. His award-winning productions have been seen on ESPN, Fox Sports, and the Resort Sports Network. This series is a collectorís dream, featuring 68 action sports programs in total. John Sandy Productions, Inc. Programs available on 68 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 68-Disc Series' Set or 6 Sports' Sets (Marathoning: 9-Disc; Miscellaneous: 10-Disc; Mountain Biking: 5-Disc; Ski Jumping: 5 Disc; Skiing: 16-Disc, Snowboarding: 23-Disc.) For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also by John Sandy Productions: Extreme Sports Competition Library; Colorado Adventures Series; Mountain Bike Safety Program; Altitude Destination: Crested Butte, Colorado

List of Titles


Biking: RAMM - The Race Across America

Biking: RAMM - The Race Across America

This program documents an ultra marathon bicycle race across the United States, known as The Race Across America, or RAAM; also called "The World's Toughest Event," it is the best-known and longest annual endurance cycling event in the world. This program chronicles the 2005 race, which saw bikers tackle the approximately Click for more


Bobsled Racing: America's Cup Race

Bobsled Racing: America's Cup Race

Bobsled is one of the oldest Winter Olympics sports, having been around since the first Winter Games, held in Chamonix, France, in 1924. In this program we get to see bobsled racing at its best, during an America's Cup Race, which took place in Park City, Utah, at the Utah Winter's Sports Park. 05/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Car Rallys: Great Continental Divide Car Rally

Car Rallys: Great Continental Divide Car Rally

The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) sanctions car rally racing in the United States and runs many different programs for both amateur and professional drivers; none is more demanding than the Great Continental Divide Car Rally, where some of the worlds most exotic automobiles cover over 200 miles in the Rocky Mountains. Click for more


Equestrian Dressage: Dances With Hooves

Equestrian Dressage: Dances With Hooves

Equestrian Dressage, with competitions held at all levels from amateur to the Olympics, has associations throughout the world, which support this demanding form of training horses to perform. In this program we view the "Dances With Hooves" equestrian event, which features many superb equestrian dressage riders, and Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 1

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 1

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the first of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon, which has been named "one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation" by Runner's World magazine; here we see the 1997 Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 2

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 2

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the second of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon, which has been named "one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation" by Runner's World magazine; here we see the 1998 Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 3

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 3

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the third of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon, which has been named "one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation" by Runner's World magazine; here we see the 1999 Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 4

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 4

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the fourth of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon, which has been named "one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation" by Runner's World magazine; here we see the 2000 Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 5

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 5

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the fifth of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon, which has been named "one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation" by Runner's World magazine; here we see the 2001 Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 6

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 6

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the sixth of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon; here we see the 2002 event. Point-to-point, from Kaahumanu Center in Kahului to Whalers Village in Kaanapali, this 26.2-mile course Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 7

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 7

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the seventh of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon; here we see the 2003 event. Point-to-point, from Kaahumanu Center in Kahului to Whalers Village in Kaanapali, this 26.2-mile course Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 8

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 8

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the eighth of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon; here we see the 2004 event. Point-to-point, from Kaahumanu Center in Kahului to Whalers Village in Kaanapali, this 26.2-mile course Click for more


Marathoning: Maui Marathon 9

Marathoning: Maui Marathon 9

Celebrating one of the great charity fund-raising running events in America, this is the ninth of nine programs that chronicle nine different years of the running of the Maui Marathon; here we see the 2005 event. Point-to-point, from Kaahumanu Center in Kahului to Whalers Village in Kaanapali, this 26.2-mile course Click for more


Motorsports: Bandimere Speedway - Fire and Thunder

Motorsports: Bandimere Speedway - Fire and Thunder

"When it comes to motorsports, nobody knows the landscape better than Bandimere, the last remaining host of an elite-level national series." -The Denver Post
Built into the side of what is called Thunder Mountain in Morrison, Colorado, Bandimere Speedway is Colorado's oldest motorsports' facility, offering Click for more


Mountain Biking: Paul Mitchell Bikercross

Mountain Biking: Paul Mitchell Bikercross

First came cross country, mountain biking; then downhill mountain biking; then World Championships; then in 1996 mountain biking became an Olympic event; then in 1998 Bikercross became a new event. There rarely is a moment without lots of excitement in this popular sport, which becomes more and more popular each year. Click for more


Mountain Biking: Paul Mitchell Grand Prix

Mountain Biking: Paul Mitchell Grand Prix

This program documents the skill and daring of professional mountain bike downhill racing over challenging terrain during the Paul Mitchell Grand Prix. 97/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Mountain Biking: Rage in the Sage - Gunnison

Mountain Biking: Rage in the Sage - Gunnison

This program takes us to Gunnison, Colorado, and the popular Hartmans Rocks area, home to the infamous "Rage in the Sage" mountain biking competition, which is sanctioned by the National Off-Road Bicycle Association (NORBA). 98/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Mountain Biking: The Ragemeister

Mountain Biking: The Ragemeister

The modern sport of mountain biking originated back in the early 1970s in the United States; since that time this exciting action sport has grown by leaps and bounds. The Mountain Bike Hall of Fame and Museum, which is located in Crested Butte, Colorado, was found in 1988, and today mountain bike competitions can be Click for more


Mountain Biking: World Mountain Bike Championship - Vail, Colorado

Mountain Biking: World Mountain Bike Championship - Vail, Colorado

This event is memorable, having been held the week after September 11th, 2001. Athletes were determined to show the world that their spirit and drive could not be stopped, although it must be mentioned, unlike many mountain biking championships, the celebrating this year was kept to a minimum. Vail, Colorado, is of Click for more


Pack Burro Race: Triple Crown

Pack Burro Race: Triple Crown

Pack burro racing, like horse racing, has its own Triple Crown, with races in Leadville, Buena Vista, and Fairplay, Colorado; the latter town hosts the World Championship. Pack burro racing is the only sport indigenous to the state of Colorado and its roots lie in the state's mining heritage. Because the burros, the Click for more


Pack Burro Race: World Championship 1

Pack Burro Race: World Championship 1

This program introduces viewers to Pack Burro Racing, which is a homegrown sport that began in Colorado in the late 1940s. The World Championship race occurs yearly in Fairplay, Colorado, whose normal population is less than 1,000, and its altitude is around 10,000' in the Rockies. The race, which is part of a Burro Click for more


Pack Burro Race: World Championship 2

Pack Burro Race: World Championship 2

This program documents a second World Championship Pack Burro Race, which occurs yearly in the Rocky Mountain town of Fairplay, Colorado. This world-class "race into the hills," has racers and burros running 29 miles and climbing up to 3,000 feet; also burros must wear a pack with traditional mining gear that weighs Click for more


Rodeo Bull Riding: Mile-Hi Bull Riders' Showdown

Rodeo Bull Riding: Mile-Hi Bull Riders' Showdown

Bull riding is the most popular of all rodeo rough stock events, but it too is the most dangerous. Scoring points is easy to understand: two judges give 1 to 25 points for a cowboy's performance and 1 to 25 points for the bull's performance; thus, 100 points would be the perfect ride; however, getting a high score Click for more


Rodeo Bull Riding: Mother Lode Bull Riders' Showdown

Rodeo Bull Riding: Mother Lode Bull Riders' Showdown

Is it the danger or the courage of the cowboys that makes bull riding the most popular of rodeo sports? Probably, it's a combination of both. Mix in some significant prize money for the winners and you've got yourself a guaranteed exciting competition. In this program we see some of the best rodeo bull riding at the Click for more


Ski Jumping (Gelande): Gelandesprung

Ski Jumping (Gelande): Gelandesprung

This program introducers viewers to the one of the most thrilling of outdoor sporting events, Gelandesprung, also known as "Gelande" (ga-lun-day), which literally means terrain jump. Ski jumper, Alf Engen, started the first Gelandesprung contest in 1964 at Alta, Utah. Here we view the Gelandesprung event, which is Click for more


Ski Jumping (Gelande): National Championship

Ski Jumping (Gelande): National Championship

Gelande, pronounced "ga-lun-day," is the thrilling sport of ski jumping with standard Alpine skiing gear; the jumpers' skis are extremely long and they use the "V" style of Olympic jumping for flight position. In competition, points are based on the length of a jump and style points combined. In this program we visit Click for more


Ski Jumping (Gelande): Pro Tour 1

Ski Jumping (Gelande): Pro Tour 1

In the first of three Pro Tour events, many of the world's best ski jumpers come to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, to complete in the Gelande. Gelande, or alpine ski jumping, is identical to free-heel Nordic ski jumping, except jumpers use ordinary alpine (downhill) ski gear, where the heels are attached to the skis. Click for more


Ski Jumping (Gelande): Pro Tour 2

Ski Jumping (Gelande): Pro Tour 2

In the second of three Pro Tour events, many of the world's best ski jumpers come to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, to complete in the Gelande. Gelande, or alpine ski jumping, is identical to free-heel Nordic ski jumping, except jumpers use ordinary alpine (downhill) ski gear, where the heels are attached to the skis. Click for more


Ski Jumping (Gelande): Pro Tour 3

Ski Jumping (Gelande): Pro Tour 3

In the third of three Pro Tour events, many of the world's best ski jumpers come to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, to complete in the Gelande. Gelande, or alpine ski jumping, is identical to free-heel Nordic ski jumping, except jumpers use ordinary alpine (downhill) ski gear, where the heels are attached to the skis. Click for more


Skiing History: The Pro Mogul Tour 1 - Then and Now

Skiing History: The Pro Mogul Tour 1 - Then and Now

People love to watch expert skiers take on the many challenges of mogul skiing, which is considered by many to be the most exciting event in freestyle skiing competition. During a moguls' run, skiers must succeed at turning around the large "bumps"; also they must perform two jumps, all on a slope that is very steep, Click for more


Skiing History: The Pro Mogul Tour 2 - Copper Mt.

Skiing History: The Pro Mogul Tour 2 - Copper Mt.

Mogul skiing is considered by many to be the most exciting event in freestyle skiing competition because of the complexity of the sport, which sees competitors trying to pass moguls or bumps, which is a misnomer, because some of these "bumps" are the size of a car, while riding down approximately 25-degree-inclined Click for more


Skiing: Men's Aerials & Women's Moguls 1

Skiing: Men's Aerials & Women's Moguls 1

Park City, Utah, owes its birth and fame to the surrounding mountains. When silver was discovered here in 1868, Park City grew into one of the richest, wildest and most celebrated mining towns in the West. Today, different riches can me made in these beautiful "hills," prize money for winning some of the most exciting Click for more


Skiing: Men's Aerials & Women's Moguls 2

Skiing: Men's Aerials & Women's Moguls 2

This is the second of two exciting Freestyle skiing programs, which features men's and women's competition in both aerials and moguls events in Park City, Utah. Here again, in moguls, athletes ski down a slope covered with moguls, attempting to get to the end as fast as possible while also attempting to get points Click for more


Skiing: Men's Moguls & Women's Aerials

Skiing: Men's Moguls & Women's Aerials

Park City, Utah, owes its birth and fame to the surrounding mountains. When silver was discovered here in 1868, Park City grew into one of the richest, wildest and most celebrated mining towns in the West. Today, different riches can me made in these beautiful "hills," prize money for winning some of the most exciting Click for more


Skiing: Men's Pro Mogul Tour 1 - Northstar

Skiing: Men's Pro Mogul Tour 1 - Northstar

Northstar-at-Tahoe in California, with its diverse, powdery slopes, is always near the top of the list of North American ski destinations. In this program we see first-class mogul skiing during the Men's Pro Mogul Tour. 04/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Skiing: Men's Pro Mogul Tour 2 - Bear Mountain

Skiing: Men's Pro Mogul Tour 2 - Bear Mountain

Killington, Vermont, the largest winter sports' resort in the East, is where you find Bear Mountain, home of the legendary Outer Limits, the steepest bump run in the East. Spring is this resort's "second season" and in this program we see the highlight of the Men's Pro Mogul Tour, the Winter Rage. 05/09DE IJSCA 30 Click for more


Skiing: Mogul Mania - Bust 'n Burn - Sunday River

Skiing: Mogul Mania - Bust 'n Burn - Sunday River

One of the great spring skiing traditions in New England is Maine's Sunday Riverís Bust ní Burn mogul competition. Here we not only see some exciting mogul skiing during this competition, but also don't be surprised if you see a Parrothead or two during the festivities. Skiing down White Heat, heralded as "the steepest, Click for more


Skiing: North American Police Ski Championship

Skiing: North American Police Ski Championship

"Individually, your energy and your altruism are so powerful that, when combined, result in miraculous changes to the lives of the Special Olympic athletes. It is a great honor to be associated with you and this event. I thank you for giving such a special part of your soul to these athletes, so they may grow in health Click for more


Skiing: Slush Huck Master Park 'N Pipe Skiing Championship

Skiing: Slush Huck Master Park 'N Pipe Skiing Championship

Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado hosts a number of superb competitions, and none are more fun than its annual Slush Huck, the final event of the Profurious Park 'N Pipe Series, which features superpipe and slopestyle competitions. Competitors offer the true meaning of "amplitude," as huckster after huckster Click for more


Skiing: Swiss Army Skiercross

Skiing: Swiss Army Skiercross

The beautiful Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado hosts the exciting Swiss Army Skiercross, which is part of the U.S. Extreme Skiing Championship Series. Skiers from various countries compete in groups of six in multiple heats until only the fastest are left. Skiers race down a specially designed course of banked Click for more


Skiing: USCSA National Championship 1 - Women's Slalom

Skiing: USCSA National Championship 1 - Women's Slalom

This program presents Women's Alpine Skiing at its best, featuring Division 2, 3 and 4 colleges at a United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Women's Slalom National Championship, which took place at Lake Tahoe, California. 04/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Skiing: USCSA National Championship 2 - Cross-Country Skiing

Skiing: USCSA National Championship 2 - Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing is a demanding sport, especially at the championship level. This program presents Cross Country Skiing at its best, featuring a United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Cross Country Skiing National Championship, which took place at Lake Tahoe, California. 05/09DE IJSCA 30 Click for more


Skiing: Women's Pro Mogul Tour 1 - Bear Mountain

Skiing: Women's Pro Mogul Tour 1 - Bear Mountain

Killington, Vermont, the largest winter sports' resort in the East, is where you find Bear Mountain, home of the legendary Outer Limits, the steepest bump run in the East. Spring is this resort's "second season" and here we see the first of two programs that highlight the Women's Pro Mogul Tour, the Winter Rage. 04/09DE Click for more


Skiing: Women's Pro Mogul Tour 2 - Bear Mountain

Skiing: Women's Pro Mogul Tour 2 - Bear Mountain

Killington, Vermont, the largest winter sports' resort in the East, is where you find Bear Mountain, home of the legendary Outer Limits, the steepest bump run in the East. Spring is this resort's "second season" and here we see the second of two programs that highlight the Women's Pro Mogul Tour, the Winter Rage. 05/09DE Click for more


Skiing: Women's Pro Mogul Tour 3 - Northstar

Skiing: Women's Pro Mogul Tour 3 - Northstar

Northstar-at-Tahoe in California, with its diverse, powdery slopes, is always near the top of the list of North American ski destinations. In this program we see first-class mogul skiing during the Women's Pro Mogul Tour. 06/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding History: 1st Snowboarding Event - Ski Cooper

Snowboarding History: 1st Snowboarding Event - Ski Cooper

Anyone who loves the sport of snowboarding will want to view this program, which takes us back to April 1981, when modern competitive snowboarding began with a small contest held at Ski Cooper in Leadville, Colorado, which too is famous for being the home of the legendary, unsinkable Molly Brown. 05/09DE IJSCA 60 Click for more


Snowboarding: Big Air Contest 1 - Crested Butte

Snowboarding: Big Air Contest 1 - Crested Butte

"Big Air" is a snowboarder's dream, and the excitement is even greater when you add an elite group of snowboarders competing to be the best. This program takes us to Crested Butte, Colorado, to view the first of three Big Air Snowboarding contests sanctioned by the International Federation of Snowboarding (IFS). 04/09DE Click for more


Snowboarding: Big Air Contest 2 - Killington (Pico Mountain)

Snowboarding: Big Air Contest 2 - Killington (Pico Mountain)

Pico Mountain in Vermont, which opened on Thanksgiving Day, 1937, is as rich in history as it is in ski and snowboard terrain. In this program, we travel here to see the second of three Big Air Snowboarding contests sanctioned by the International Federation of Snowboarding (IFS). 05/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Big Air Contest 3 - Attitash

Snowboarding: Big Air Contest 3 - Attitash

Snowboarders are certain to find "big air" at Attitash in Bartlett, NH, which is located in the beautiful Mount Washington Valley. In this program, we travel here to see the third of three Big Air Snowboarding contests sanctioned by the International Federation of Snowboarding (IFS). 06/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Big Air Invitational - Mt. Snow

Snowboarding: Big Air Invitational - Mt. Snow

Snowboarders love to show off their "stuff" and Big Air Invitationals are the perfect events to do just that. Here we travel to Mount Snow in Vermont to see one of two programs where snowboarders compete during Big Air Invitational events. 07/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Big Air Invitational - Sugarloaf

Snowboarding: Big Air Invitational - Sugarloaf

Snowboarding competitions are always lots of fun, filled with excitement day and night. Big Air Invitationals are part of many weekend events and always a big favorite, such as the one we see here during out visit to Sugarloaf Ski Resort, located in Carrabassett Valley, Maine. 08/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Boarderfest 1 - Attitash

Snowboarding: Boarderfest 1 - Attitash

Wintertime and the snowboarding is extreme. In this program we travel to Attistash's Bear Peak in Bartlett, NH, whichs hosts one of a weekend-long snowboard series called Boarderfest. Here we see that in snowboarding, competition is what it's all about. 04/09DE IJSCA 30 min.
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Snowboarding: Boarderfest 2 - Mt. Snow

Snowboarding: Boarderfest 2 - Mt. Snow

Mount Snow in Vermont hosts one of a weekend-long snowboard series called Boarderfest. The event features professional and amateur men and women snowboarders and skiers competing in Ridercross and Halfpipe competitions. There's a cash purse for pros and prizes from sponsors and the action is non-stop. 05/09DE IJSCA Click for more


Snowboarding: Boarderfest 3 - Sponsored by Sector

Snowboarding: Boarderfest 3 - Sponsored by Sector

It's no wonder snowboarding has become so popular, thanks to companies such as Sector Sport Watch who support this great sport by sponsoring competitive events such as Boarderfest, which brings the best extreme boarders who challenge each other to the max in their effort to win the grand prize. 06/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Boarderfest 4 - Sugarbush

Snowboarding: Boarderfest 4 - Sugarbush

Boarderfest is a series of sponsored events in which snowboarders compete over various weekends for a major cash prize. In this program we travel to the legendary Surgarbush Resort in Warren, Vermont, to view the fourth in the series of Boarderfest competitions, complete with big-air and half-pipe competitions. 07/09DE Click for more


Snowboarding: Boarderfest 5 - Sugarloaf

Snowboarding: Boarderfest 5 - Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf/USA Ski Resort, located in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, is recognized as one of the top ski and snowboarding resorts in the world, and is one of the premier stops in the popular Boarderfest series, which features snowboarders competing at their best, shooting for the large cash prize. 08/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: G-Shock Air & Style

Snowboarding: G-Shock Air & Style

Big Air snowboarding competitions continue to grow in popularity. This program is filled with Air and Style excellence, as accomplished snowboarders, and some of the brightest up-and-coming talents, participate in straight jumps and trick jumps. 05/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 1 - Killington

Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 1 - Killington

Killington, Vermont, the largest winter sports' resort in the East, features the Superpipe, a large half-pipe structure, which is 430 feet long with 18-foot walls and is considered one of the best in the country. In this program, we travel here to see the first of four important half-pipe competitions, which are qualifying Click for more


Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 2 - Competition 2 - Sugarbush

Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 2 - Competition 2 - Sugarbush

Sugarbush Resort in Vermont is one of nation's premier winter sports' facilities, and it draws many of the first snowboarders in the world. In this program, we travel here to see the second of four important halfpipe competitions, which are qualifying events for Snowboarding's World Championship. 05/09DE IJSCA 30 Click for more


Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 3 - Sugarloaf

Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 3 - Sugarloaf

The Superpipe at Sugarloaf/USA in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, meets or exceeds all the United States Snowboard Association (USSA) standards, which attract competitions at the highest levels. In this program, we travel here to see the third of four important halfpipe competitions, which are qualifying events for Snowboarding's Click for more


Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 4 - Sunday River

Snowboarding: Halfpipe Competition 4 - Sunday River

Sunday River in Maine was one of the first resorts in the East to welcome "boarders," and the combination of its snowmaking power and hi-tec Pipe Dragon grooming equipment gives it the most consistently good half pipe right through the season. In this program, we travel here to see the fourth of four important halfpipe Click for more


Snowboarding: ISF Coupe du Monde - Mt. St. Anne

Snowboarding: ISF Coupe du Monde - Mt. St. Anne

Mont-St-Anne resort near Quebec City, Canada, is renowned for its alpine events, and as we see in this exciting program, it is the perfect location for the International Snowboard Federation Coupe du Monde snowboard event. Snowboarding: ISF Coupe du Monde - 05/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: ISF Snowboard Challenge - Mt. Hood

Snowboarding: ISF Snowboard Challenge - Mt. Hood

Snowboarding at Mount Hood, Oregon, is one of the most popular winter sports and competitions. In this program we see some of the best snowboarders compete here during the International Snowboard Federation's Snowboard Challenge. 05/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: ISF Wide Open Snowboard Challenge

Snowboarding: ISF Wide Open Snowboard Challenge

Top snowboard industry players, professional riders, and up-and-coming amateurs merge together in this Wide Open Snowboard Challenge sanctioned by the International Snowboard Federation (ISF). 05/09DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Snowboarding: Lord of the Boards

Snowboarding: Lord of the Boards

Snowboarders love to compete; it's the nature of the sport. And in snowboarding, no honor would be more fulfilling than to be named "Lord of the Boards." This program is a valued collector's item, documenting a one-time-only snowboarding event in which expert snowboarders, including Matt Saunders of the US Ski Team, Click for more


Snowboarding: Pro Tour Highlights

Snowboarding: Pro Tour Highlights

Since 1989 the International Snowboard Federation (ISF) has been the authority for competitive snowboarding worldwide. Snowboarding has grown from "surfing" the mountain to sponsored Pro Tour competitions; every year the competitors improve and the excitement grows. In this program viewers get to see why, viewing some Click for more


Snowboarding: Supercross Challenge - Copper Mt.

Snowboarding: Supercross Challenge - Copper Mt.

"One of the biggest, baddest snowboarding events anywhere." -Outside Magazine
Just 75 miles west of Denver in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, you find Copper Mountain, home to one of the most challenging snowboarding events there is, the Supercross Challenge. Here, the first boardercross team that can push, Click for more


Snowboarding: U.S. Open Mountain Board Championship

Snowboarding: U.S. Open Mountain Board Championship

The US Open Snowboarding Championship, the most prestigious event of the year, is a virtual who's who in competitive world-class snowboarding, luring the best snowboarders in the world. Thousands within the snowboarding community, as well as hundreds of snowboard athletes from around the world, gather together for Click for more





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