Shaun White turned in a disappointing performance in the men’s halfpipe event at the Winter Olympics on Tuesday. The stage was set perfectly for the gold medal favorite, as he was the last boarder to ride in the final round. White’s score of 90.25 was not enough to earn a medal. Switzerland’s Iouri Podladtchikov took home […]
For the first time in history, America failed to medal in the halfpipe at the Olympics. Danny Davis apologized for letting Team USA down after.
The Olympic halfpipe only appears to be half-ready on the eve of the men's competition.
Riders dished widespread criticism of the course on Monday, less than 24 hours before two-time defending gold medalist Shaun White takes aim at a three-peat.
Hannah Teeter of the U.S., who won gold in Turin in 2006, called the halfpipe ''crap,'' while American teammate Danny...
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February 10, 2014
Behind all those dangerous double corks and flashy frontside 1080s, a battle for the soul of snowboarding is playing out at the Olympics.
Yes, Shaun White is the favorite in the halfpipe; his quest for a third straight gold medal in his sport's biggest event comes Tuesday. But there's no such thing as a sure thing, and where the medals go could help determine which direction...
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February 09, 2014
Damn, Danny Davis, your mustache is godlike. You just emasculated every man not named Sam Elliott or Ron Swanson.
Danny Davis won X Games gold in the Men’s Snowbaord Superpipe on Sunday evening.
The X Games Men’s Snowbaord Superpipe finale took place Sunday evening as the last event from Aspen, CO.
The best of three runs determined the winner. Davis beat out Louie Vito and Greg Bretz.
X Games Men’s Snowbaord Superpipe Results
Shaun White finished first in qualifying at the Dew Tour on Thursday to begin his quest for a third straight Olympic gold medal on the halfpipe.
White didn't unveil his newest trick -- a twisting, 1440-degree jump -- but didn't need it. His score of 91.40 put him 1.2 points ahead of Christian Haller, meaning White will go last in Saturday's final.
This is the first...
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December 13, 2013
Danny Davis has told people that he will not be coming to iMPACT! as part of Gut Check any more.
With Bruce Prichard gone, and the recent cutbacks, the feeling is that the TNA Gutcheck may be done.
Ohio Valley Wrestling’s Danny Davis told a local Louisville newspaper that he has spent $600,000 of his own money to keep OVW alive since 2008 when WWE stopped supporting them. Apparently Davis got his first check from TNA on December 13th. We noted yesterday that the deal between TNA and OVW has not been finalized.
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The TNA-Ohio Valley Wrestling relationship was the idea of Bruce Prichard. He pitched the idea several months back, because he worked with OVW while with WWE. His selling point to TNA was that several of WWE stars that broke through as top-tier talents came through OVW’s seasoning,
A visit was then set up, with Prichard, Eric Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett visiting...