Los Angeles Times

Snowboarder Red Gerard claims first gold for US in slopestyle

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - Nerves don't usually bother Red Gerard.

The mop-haired snowboarder from Colorado is known for his relaxed demeanor, even during his first trip to the Winter Olympics.

That changed Sunday, as subzero winds ripped through the slopestyle course at the Phoenix Snow Park and Gerard faced his final run.

His previous two tries had been forgettable, leaving him

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Interessi correlati

Altro da Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times4 min letti
Angels Observations: Shohei Ohtani Continues Power Show As Team Improves To 6-2
DUNEDIN, Fla. — Greg Barasch knew where the ball was going. A noted “ballhawk” who travels to major league stadiums seeking to catch as many home runs as he can, Barasch positioned himself behind the high-tops and picnic tables on the elevated left-
Los Angeles Times7 min letti
Elon Musk Wants To Create His Own City. Here’s How
The secluded Texas beachside community of Boca Chica Village was once a haven for retirees, snowbirds and outdoorsy people who enjoyed dirt biking, fishing or lounging near the water. Today, traffic backs up the lone highway out of the unincorporated
Los Angeles Times5 min lettiInternational Relations
On Iran Nuclear Deal, Biden Faces More Obstacles In Tehran And Washington
WASHINGTON – With the first serious efforts to revive the Iran nuclear deal unfolding this week, President Biden faces an increasingly urgent dilemma: He can go slow, risking war and a collapse of talks, or move fast, even if it means a possibly flaw