Anderson's comeback gives Canada PGS gold POSTED: Feb 27, 3:08p ET | UPDATED: Feb 28, 1:59p ET Canadian Jasey-Jay Anderson put the exclamation point on his incredible resume Saturday, winning Olympic gold to slap some sunshine on an otherwise miserable day for snowboarding.
Prommegger leads PGS qualifier; U.S. advances POSTED: Feb 27, 12:55p ET | UPDATED: Mar 5, 10:54a ET Andreas Prommegger of Austria qualified first in the men's parallel giant slalom event amidst slushy conditions at Cypress Mountain.
Sun rescues Cypress snowboard venue POSTED: Feb 20, 6:38p ET | UPDATED: Feb 20, 6:53p ET First, unseasonable rain and warmth nearly ruined Cypress Mountain. Now, an unusual streak of sunny days and clear, cold nights is saving the Olympic snowboarding venue.
White not ruling out 2014 Winter Games POSTED: Feb 19, 10:59a ET | UPDATED: Feb 19, 11:00a ET Snowboarding's greatest showman might have an Olympic encore in mind. Appearing on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," Shaun White said, "Why would I not want to experience this again?"
Bright receives ringing endorsement from PM POSTED: Feb 19, 4:01a ET | UPDATED: Mar 5, 10:44a ET Gold medal snowboarder Torah Bright won a big new fan after bouncing back from near disaster to scoop the snowboarding half pipe women's Olympic gold on Thursday -- Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
Torah Bright brought a glint of sanity to a messy night on the halfpipe. She walked away with -- what else? -- a shiny, Olympic gold medal.
White's celebrity status on the rise POSTED: Feb 18, 6:46p ET | UPDATED: Feb 18, 10:45p ET He conquered the Olympic halfpipe -- again -- and now Shaun White of the United States is ready for things to "get weird." It's already starting.
White hoping for dinner with Obama POSTED: Feb 18, 4:08p ET | UPDATED: Feb 18, 4:37p ET A second gold medal spectacularly secured, snowboarding icon Shaun White set his sights on a night of even higher office.