Look we have always been and will continue to be huge Jeremy Jones fans. People toss the word legend around a little to often, but when directed towards him it sticks. The original rail master and now the ultimate front runner in unique street hits, wall rides, roof gaps….Jeremy indeed “Still has it”.
Read this great write up done by Snowboard Magazine “Here to stay” and watch his ESPN Real Street part and give him a vote.
EXTREME GAMES!!!!! That’s what it really has become am I right? Double flips in the half pipe are normal and triple flip variations off the kickers in slopestyle is so 2013. So why watch? It’s simple there is basically nothing else on and you haven’t planned a snowboard trip this season plus it is the closest you will get to snow right now. One of the most interesting statistics we came across today where these FACTS regarding Mr. White.
• 22 #XGames starts
• 23 total medals
• 18 Winter medals
• 15 total gold medals
• 13 Winter gold medals
How about? The one that they missed the most is the fact that Mr. White received a total point score of 100 in the 2012 winter X. I mean come on a 100? Perfect? I’m not one to judge, but i saw a hand drag on the last hit…lol. Peep it.
Whatever happens in the Super Pipe tonight it’s sure to be legendary….hopefully. For all the Winter XGames information your heart wants hit their site or twitter for event times and what’s going on live. After you have reached your target heart rate hit up our Riding Essentials portion of the site and load up on new gear and get out and ride already!
The word perfect should never just be thrown around. Sure tell your your mom her meat loaf is perfect, tell your girlfriend her jeans fit perfect, just don’t forget what perfect actually means.
My favorite definition of perfect states simply “being without defect or blemish”. Would a hand drag not be a “defect or blemish?” (0:26). Not to discredit Shaun, this is certainly the best run I’ve ever seen in a superpipe, but is it really perfect? A 99.95 would have certainly sufficed.
There’s always room for improvement, even if you are the best.