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Fun-loving Kaitlyn Farrington caught stylish air, stomped all her landings and shimmied her way onto the podium after winning an Olympic gold medal in the halfpipe.

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Nick Goepper at the 2014 SkiFever show in Portland, where he put on an acrobatic trampouline exhibition.

Mt. Hood-trained freeskier phenom Nick Goepper looked uncharacteristically wobbly in the elimination round of this year's X-Games slopestyle, but he made the most of a lucky break to return to high-flying form in the finals, winning his third consecutive X-Games gold medal.

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Gus Kenworthy doing his thing at Skibowl in 2013. Photo by Steve Garretson.

Take a look at this halfpipe run by Olympic slopestyle silver medalist Gus Kenworthy to see what it takes to pull off four double corks in one run.

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The 2015 Cascade Spring Park at Meadows features some nice, large jumps under the Cascade chair. Photo by Grant Myrdal

The new Cascade Spring Park on the upper mountain at Mt. Hood Meadows is earning high praise for variety and flow.

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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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Kaymen Izer enjoys some quality air time.

The Sandy High Freestyle Ski team consists of just two 16-year-old skiers, but they’ve got some serious skills.

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Torah Bright took first in snowboard superpipe. Photo from Wikimedia Commons.

The superstars of freestyle snowboarding and skiing powered through the pressure at this year's Dew Tour event in Breckenridge, with top finishers greatly improving their chances of competing at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

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American David Wise won the first Olympic gold medal ever for halfpipe skiing in Russia today with high-flying style in sloppy conditions.

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Photo by Grant Myrdal

The new Spring Park designed by Snow Park Technologies for Mt. Hood Meadows has been a huge hit with park riders, chairlift gawkers and photographers like Grant Myrdal.

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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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