Salt Lake City was a pro haven, as that scene with all its talent became a different kind of Mecca than it had some years earlier. The future of snowboarding is now. Never before at one time had there been a higher concentration of hungry upstarts and humble superstars. An accelerated progression of technical freestyle trickery was proving to be limitless.
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Keenly skilled and style conscious, well-rounded or singly disciplined, riders with switch aptitudes and creative control took it to urban setups and wooded wilds. While the business of snowboarding was serious, seriously-you were only as good as your last video part-there came a balance, a renewal, a return to fun stuff. This good-times agenda became evident with the inaugural Arctic Challenge. An event organized by longtime friends Terje Haakonsen and Daniel Franck. For the magazine, smartly staffed with almost all new, all-time talent: editorial, photo, and design departments aligned.
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With a focused intent to freeze sport and spotlight characters, we richly did that-past, current then, and rising. Emerging each issue was a stunning sense of what we belong to as snowboarders in whole, as in parts.
Eddie Wall and Andreas Wiig debuted. Danny Kass and Shaun White arrived. JP Walker in true-life form.
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Mikey LeBlanc was punch-drunk. Louie Fountain expressed an articulate faith.
Marc Frank Montoya was forildo. Devun Walsh smoothly unwound. Wille Vii-Luoma was ruthless and toothless.
SLC Punks. All the crews. Just like you and your buddies. Olympic U. From these, our efforts, creative content in multitude and multiform of independent and collective voices, riders, writers, roll film guys, and readers dropped into the mix. The reward for me is lasting in effect. I kept thinking about the last time I saw him: he tossed me the keys to my truck. Ken Achenbach wrote about keys.
Damn keys. It was the TransWorld story that made the biggest impression on me when I was at an age when something still could make a big impression on me. I have three on a ring and a plastic key in my wallet. I was never going to work in an office. Damn office. Kevin Kinnear hired me. I was a snowboarder and that, apparently, was enough. Snowboarding is equally conflicted. But the soul of snowboarding is immune to occasional indiscretions.
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