Swatch & TTR: Art Rules Design Winner

June 2nd, 2011

Swiss watchmaker SWATCH and the TTR World Snowboard Tour are delighted to announce the winner of the SWATCH ART RULES DESIGN CONTEST. Read more » Launched

May 26th, 2011

Itechpoint, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of, a unique global directory that caters to winter sports enthusiasts and to individuals or families planning winter vacations and activities. Read more »

Snowboard with Sal Masekela

August 29th, 2010

iPhone App Review
Spinfast Snowboarding presented by Sal Masekela

The face of action sports Sal Masekela has teamed up with Perth based Aussie developers Spinfast to create an exciting addition to the array of snowboarding games available on the iTunes App store.

Entitled Snowboard with Sal Masekela, available on both iPhone and iPad devices, the game immediately immerses you into the snowboarding world of Mammoth Mountain, California, USA. Delivering some excellent imagery on introduction, Spinfast successfully captures the imagination of any snowboard fanatic but perhaps conversely sets a strange tone with the sound track selection.

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Awesome August keeps firing

August 25th, 2010

August, which has been dubbed ‘Awesome August’ by many snow goers, is continuing to provide fantastic fresh falls which we haven’t seen for a number of years. All of the main ski resorts across Victoria and New South Wales are recording major snow falls which is now proving critical to the success of the 2010 season. It seems ‘Awesome August’ should also be known as ‘August The Deliverer’ following the spiteful falls throughout June/July. Read more »

Shaun White Snowboarding: Origins

August 17th, 2010

iPhone App Review
Shaun White Snowboarding: Origins

Everyones favorite flaming locks have popped up again, this time in the iTunes App store. Shaun White Snowboarding: Origins is the latest of the Shaun White Snowboarding series, developed by Ubisoft and Advanced Mobile Applications.
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Time: Is Snowboarding Getting Spoiled by Big Money?

April 29th, 2010

A tribe of mavericks descended on Washington this week. No, they weren’t Sarah Palin groupies, or Silicon Valley executives, or angry big-city mayors. Read more »