Travis Rice Takes Snowboarding to New Heights and Is Looking for More
National Geographic called him "the best all-around snowboarder in the world." Red Bull produces feature films showcasing his talent. He snowboards some of the most dangerous and exotic back-country terrain in the world. If you don't already know him, you should.
Travis Rice grew up the son of a ski patrolman in Jackson Hole, Wyo. At 18, he drove out to Mammoth, Calif. and weaseled his way into the Superpark competition, beating out the field when he launched a backside rodeo over a 110-foot gap jump.
After that performance, Rice was asked to be part of his first sports action film, Transcendence. Since then, he was won countless awards, including two X-Games gold medals, and starred in the critically acclaimed snowboarding films First Descent, Art of Flight and That's It, That's All.
In 2012, Rice launched the first-ever Red Bull Supernatural in Bald Face, British Columbia, where he invited the 18 best back-country snowboarders in the world to compete in natural conditions. It was the ultimate contest for the best all-around snowboarder, and Rice aptly paced the competition.
The future is bright for Rice, with everyone waiting to see what he will do next—not just as a snowboarder, but as one of the sport's true innovators.
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