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Chris Corning Lands Perfect Quad Cork In Beijing

Plenty of quads have been landed in contests, but never on the Olympic stage. And Chris Corning put down potentially the best quad of his life during the Big Air contest last week. NBC actually posted the footage so we figured we should share it here as well. By all the rider’s accounts, the jump was on the the smaller side, but after watching the contest, we might have to jokingly disagree. Su Yiming seemed to have plenty of time, as did Chris with plenty of time after opening up for a clean landing. Most of the rider’s that have been posting their clips to social media and the web have been pulled down immediately due to copyright issues, so if you don’t see it here, it probably isn’t allowed past the paywall.
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The Calculations of Chris Corning

In a world where raw talent is just the entry fee, the code to the no-limit game of competitive snowboarding is more often cracked with determination and mental fortitude than some innate gift. Though talent might put the board under your feet, it is razor-sharp focus that keeps it there when the stakes are the highest. For Chis Corning, this has always been his ace in the hole.
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Denver Post

Chris Corning, Beijing Olympics 2022 snowboarding — Silverthorne, Colorado

BEIJING OLYMPICS: Here are the Colorado athletes competing in the Winter Games. Corning is making his second Olympic appearance. He finished fourth in the big air contest and 17th in slopestyle at the 2018 Pyeongchang Games. He won the world championships in slopestyle in 2019 and placed third in 2017. He also finished second in big air in 2017.
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Red Gerard, Chris Corning are officially going to their 2nd Olympics

At the conclusion of the third day of the 2022 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain, members of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team were named to the 2022 Olympic Team. Many spots are still up for grabs with a few competitions set to take place prior to the Winter Olympics in a little less than a month. These competitions will decide the remaining slots.
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Summit Daily News

Summit County’s Red Gerard, Chris Corning are officially going to their 2nd Olympics

At the conclusion of the third day of the 2022 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain, members of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team were named to the 2022 Olympic Team. Many spots are still up for grabs with a few competitions set to take place prior to the Winter Olympics in a little less than a month. These competitions will decide the remaining slots.
SUMMIT COUNTY, CO
Aspen Times

Chris Corning, Red Gerard qualify for world championship slopestyle final

Colorado snowboarders Chris Corning and Red Gerard were two of the 16 riders able to battle daunting, fickle weather conditions at Buttermilk Ski Area on Wednesday in Aspen to qualify through to Friday’s slopestyle finals at the International Ski & Snowboard Federation Freeski and Snowboard World Championships. Corning qualified through...
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