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WATCH: 2022 Peace Park Championships @ Mt. Bachelor

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Check out this replay of a highly successful day 1 at the Woodward Peace Park Championships 2022 in Mt. Bachelor, OR where the world’s best snowboarders battled for glory and the coveted Peace Park Axe. Born in 2012 from the mind of snowboarding luminary, Danny Davis, Peace Park celebrates 10 years of progression while the sport’s leading women and men mix it up over three days of competition in the Half Park, the High Hip, the Handplant Wall and a throwback to snowboarding’s roots: the Dual Slalom. Make sure to tune in today at 1:00pm PST to see the high hip air and the wallride handplant competition (WATCH HERE).
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The globe’s most progressive snowboarders have heeded the call to the Woodward Peace Park Championships from snowboarding visionary, Olympian, and perennial Dew Tour and X Games halfpipe favorite, Danny Davis, to celebrate the season and their sport the only way they know how: having fun and letting loose. Woodward Peace Park is a unique, ever-evolving terrain park experiment designed to inspire and maximize creativity and expression. Live from Mt. Bachelor, OR, and celebrating its 10th edition, the Woodward Peace Park Championships return once again (after a two-year hiatus) as the annual culmination of this snowboarding movement.

The Championships are a multi-day peer-judged contest, open only to invited professional snowboard athletes, in which they match strengths on a special, custom-built course. Three days of competition sees snowboarding’s leading women and men battle for the coveted Peace Park Axe as they mix it up on some astounding features in the Half Park, the High Hip and Handplant Wall. Stay tuned for an all-star slash and burn throwback to snowboarding’s roots: the Dual Slalom. Check out where on the mountain you can peep some of the action this April 20-24!

Rider list:

(MEN) Danny Davis, Mark McMorris, Red Gerard, Ben Ferguson, Brock Crouch, Zeb Powell, Sebbe DeBuck, Raibu Katayama, Takeru Otsuka, Craig McMorris, Gabe Ferguson, Luke Winkelman, Mons Roisland, Jake Canter, Max Warbington;

(WOMEN) Jamie Anderson, Tess Coady, Queralt Castellet, Zoi Synott, Annika Morgan, Hailey Langland, Julia Marino

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