Teenage superpipe phenom Arielle Gold is living the dream, and she’s got the last name for it, too. Training with the USASA Team in hopes of a shot at the 2014 Olympic Superpipe title in Sochi, Arielle is already stacking top finishes in 2012, including silver at the Youth Olympic Games in Austria, and gold at the FIS World Junior Championships in Spain. Look for her bubbly personality and boosted airs at superpipe comps around the world.
I'll get straight to the point. Simply put, Thanksgiving is one of the greatest holidays ever. I never truly appreciated it until a few years ago, and I have eagerly awaited its arrival every year since. After several failed attempts at dieting, I ha... read more
I'm not exactly sure what to say about this one. I rode with no expectations, and getting second completely caught me off guard. After getting second in pipe, doing slope was kind of a last minute decision, and I decided to do it knowing that there w... read more
Austria is amazing, and I've met so many new and cool people while I've been here. I am stoked on the silver! I put down the two best runs of my life because they had my two newest tricks in them. I think what separated me from first place is that sh... read more
After a busy summer of snowboarding, I’ve been getting to just relax and focus on training for a couple months. Whenever I’m at home, I spend a lot of time doing schoolwork and riding my horses; and I also work out with my team. Sometimes ... read more