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Calif. — It's a beautiful sight — a snowboarder gripping his board tightly as he ducks into two off-axis rotations some 15 feet above the wall of a supersized halfpipe...So does Truckee's Danny Davis and a few others among snowboarding's elite
As many already know on December 31, Kevin Pearce sustained a sever brain injury while training in the half pipe in Park City, Utah. Kevin has a long recovery ahead of him, and we continue to show our support for Kevin, his friends and his family.
Snowboarding Grand Prix in Mammoth, a qualifier for Olympics, say it's difficult to not have Pearce with them. Danny Davis wasn't alone on his history-making halfpipe run here the other day, his journey on the board bolstered by the vibe of a close
Snowboarder Kevin Pearce is reportedly continuing “to improve and is actively participating in his therapies” according to an update sent out today. Pia and Simon Pearce, Kevin’s parents, have been by Kevin’s side at the hospital since his arrival.
As we push toward the Olympics in Vancouver, Pearce stands squarely atop the list of American medal hopefuls for halfpipe. But as snowboarders, we should ask ourselves why the best competitive riders in the sport are still coldly referred to as “
Olympic trials. "Stick it, Kevin," she yelled as the Vermont snowboarder glided 10 feet above the icy barrel. But Pearce, 22, failed to land the difficult trick and suffered severe brain trauma despite wearing a helmet. As Marren, of Hillsborough,
When Danny Davis received his trophy today at the bottom of the Mammoth Super Duper pipe he said, “This is all for Kevin Pearce.” The crowd at the bottom of the pipe was holding up signs all afternoon and it looks like all the positive energy that
The snowboard community is gathered together in Mammoth for the second and third stop of the Grand Prix Olympic Selection Qualifier. Recent news of Kevin's injury inspired Kevin's friends who are here to compete to take a time out and let Kevin and
Davis and third-place finisher Scotty Lago are close friends of Pearce, who was upgraded from critical to serious condition at a Salt Lake City hospital Wednesday, six days after he endured severe head trauma in a training accident. “I had Kev on my
That's the short answer from snowboarders chasing Olympic gold with increasingly dangerous tricks like the double cork – a manoeuvre that has left American snowboarding star Kevin Pearce clinging to life in a Utah hospital. Pearce was attempting a "