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“Style: Judging” is the third video segment from a collection cut out
of the 2009/2010 Swatch TTR TV show series. This excerpt is the last
video that will focus on style and takes a look at how style is
incorporated into the judging systems used at snowboard competitions.
In this video, the TTR crew gets some insight on judging from head
judge, Dani Kiwi Meier, industry-insider, Sean Lake, and snowboard
legends-turned-judges, Jamie Lynn and Bryan Iguchi. Mr. Lynn talks
about how his snowboarding career and his participation in the Air &
Style events has prepared him to be a judge. And, “the Guch” mentions
how judging is a way for him to give back to snowboarding and “do the
riders justice” as a former professional rider. I’m sure most riders
out there would be stoked to have Jamie Lynn or Bryan Iguchi on the
judging panel at any event.
Next week, we’ll start a mini-series on the history of women’s
snowboarding featuring Tara Dakides, Janna Meyen-Weatherby, Torah
Bright, Lisa Wiik, Cheryl Maas, Kelly Clark, Jamie Anderson, Stine
Brun-Kjeldass and many more.