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Danny Davis: Down but Not Out

To avid snowboarders, Danny Davis is a recognizable name. This 22 year-old Michigan native knows his way around a mountain. At 18, Davis was voted Rookie of the Year by Transworld Snowboarding Riders Poll Awards and Snowboarder Magazine. He was voted in the top 10 riders by Snowboarder Magazine in 2008.

A Strong Man: X-Games Winner Overcomes Devastating Injury

It’s fair to say that ‘adapting’ is an exercise Evan Strong knows well after losing the part his left leg as the result of a horrifying motorcycle accident six years ago.

So, it's fitting then, that Strong (very appropriately named) emerged victorious in the Adaptive Boardercross competition at this year’s Winter X-Games.

American Ted Ligety Continues Successful World Cup Season

The 2011 Alpine Ski World Championships were largely unsuccessful for the United States, save for its unheralded star Ted Ligety, who continues to shine on the circuit this season.

Shaun White's Unprecedented Success

At first glace, Shaun White's appearance would not convince you that he is one of the most successful athletes of our time. The barely 5 foot 8 inch, slender 154-pound San Diego native has long red hair and more often than not, a big grin across his face. Just 24-years old, "The Flying Tomato" has already claimed his spot in snowboarding and skateboarding lore.

Kaitlyn Farrington - the female face of Snowboarding

21-year old Kaitlyn Farrington is an up-and-coming female athleteMuch like her style on the halfpipe, Kaitlyn Farrington has exploded onto the professional snowboarding circuit. The Idaho native is barely 21 and has already been deemed ‘the future of the sport’. If you’ve been watching her since she popped up on the radar, you’d understand why these suggestions are pretty-darn-close.

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