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Yep, that would be Oregon rain. Photo by Casey Karlsen

Skiers and snowboarders in Oregon are pretty familiar with rain.

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You know you've thrown down a great slopestyle run when the snowboarders you just beat pick you up at the finish area and shout out their respect for you.

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The third USASA Rail Jam of the Mt. Hood Series went down last weekend at Mt. Hood Meadows. Here are the full results, along with a highlight video from Pierce Hodges.

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Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper rocked the crowd and won over the judges with artistry on the rails and smooth flying off the jumps to win gold, silver and bronze for Team USA in the Olympic debut of slopestyle skiing.

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Just after Sage Kotsenburg won the first gold medal of the 2014 Olympics in snowboarding slopestyle, fellow Mount Hood regular Jamie Anderson soared to gold in the first-ever women's Olympic slopestyle.

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Sage Kotsenburg won the first gold medal of the 2014 Olympics in snowboarding slopestyle, beating out the heavily favored Canadian Mark McMorris with two stylish runs down a huge course.

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How good is the U.S. Olympic team heading to Sochi for the slopestyle debut? Consider the athletes who didn't make the cut.

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Abe Barnett (pictured here with Alex Hackel) took first in the Open category for skiers.

The first USASA Mt. Hood slopestyle of the season Sunday drew 80 competitors from New York to Colorado to Seattle, and Hood regulars Meiling Huang, Abe Barnett, Sean Fitzsimons, Maddie Collins, Hannah Bergeman, Torsenn Brown, Wyatt Duce, Jackson West, Brendon Bailey and Max Jones all took first in their age divisions.

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The second ReRack Rail Jam of the season went down Saturday afternoon and evening at Mt. Hood Meadows, and Pierce Hodges was there. Here is his edit for ReRack and Meadows, along with some photos by Scott Lustig and the full results from the competition.

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2nd Wind Sports rider Ollie Stevenson of Hood River.

A crazy ice storm on the east slope of Mount Hood didn't stop skiers and snowboarders as young as six years old from opening the USASA Mt. Hood Series with a steady flow of rail jam runs well into the evening of Saturday, Dec. 21.

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