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Gallery: S-Games vs. Gnar Day at RMR mashup

1. Ask any snowboarder to make a list of top ten all-time legends, and pretty much everyone is going to have Norwegian rider Terje Haakonsen on there. Here, Terje hangs one out over the hip at the S-Games on Saturday. On his heels in doubles action is 2014 Sochi Olympics Canadian team slopestyle bronze medalist Mark McMorris. The Oakley snowboard team dropped in on the competition, bringing along snowboarding superstars Jake Blauvelt and Nicholas Muller and a film crew.  - Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review
1. Ask any snowboarder to make a list of top ten all-time legends, and pretty much everyone is going to have Norwegian rider Terje Haakonsen on there. Here, Terje hangs one out over the hip at the S-Games on Saturday. On his heels in doubles action is 2014 Sochi Olympics Canadian team slopestyle bronze medalist Mark McMorris. The Oakley snowboard team dropped in on the competition, bringing along snowboarding superstars Jake Blauvelt and Nicholas Muller and a film crew.
— image credit: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

PHOTO ABOVE: Ask any snowboarder to make a list of top ten all-time legends, and pretty much everyone is going to have Norwegian rider Terje Haakonsen on there. Above, Terje hangs one out over the hip at Society Snow & Skate's S-Games on Saturday. On his heels in doubles action is 2014 Sochi Olympics Canadian team slopestyle bronze medalist Mark McMorris. The Oakley snowboard team dropped in on the S-Games competition on Saturday, bringing along snowboarding superstars Jake Blauvelt and Nicholas Muller and a film crew.

They shared the S-Games course with local riders and the odd Gnar Day streaker on skis. Gnar Day? That's another story.

Here's a gallery from the day. It's light on captions and a bit heavy on photos of the hip, but lots of those guys are locals, so we thought they might want a copy.

Here's a quick gallery:

 

 

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