High has announced that two members of its newly formed professional
snowboard team medaled in the Snowboard Street event at the 2012 Winter X
Games in Aspen, Colorado.
Ryan Paul took Silver with his impressive
including a 270 onto the Jersey Barrier to 450 out, a
gap to 50-50 on the down-flat ledge to a backflip out, and a Cab 180 to
50-50 on the ledge to backside rodeo out.
Games was so awesome. I’m super stoked on how it all went and can’t
wait to get back next year,” says Ryan Paul. “Mountain High has been a
great training ground to learn the tricks that have helped me excel as a
Nick Visconti held off some
series competition to win the Bronze with his smooth style and hammer
tricks including a hardway cab 3 on the down rail, a 270 onto the curved
C-rail, and frontside 50-50 to 180 out on the massive cargo container
“It was an amazing once-in-a-lifetime
experience that I’m
excited to participate in annually,” says Nick
Visconti. “I’m thankful and feel blessed to represent the core side of
snowboarding in the X Games for my sponsors including Mountain High.”
and Visconti have become an exceptional part of Mountain High’s new
professional snowboard team that also includes Marc Frank Montoya, Kyle
Lopiccolo, Harrison Gordon, Cory Cronk and Spencer Link. For more
information on Mountain High’s team check out: http://mthigh.com/archive/pro-team/index.html
Sunday March 18, 2012, X Games medalist’s Nick Visconti and Ryan Paul
will team up for a signature event at Mountain High dubbed “The Great
White Park Attack.” This will be a great opportunity for snowboard
enthusiasts to come out and meet the professionals who took home Silver
and Bronze from the Winter X Games in 2012.
for the entire Mountain High professional snowboarding team throughout
the season as they film for the Drive In web series and their first
full-length snowboard movie “Los Angeles” that will be released in the
Fall of 2012.