Warren Miller Entertainment's "No Turning Back" World Premier Tonight

ntb_web_600_new Since he began creating films in 1949, Warren Miller has known that as skiers and riders, there’s no need to look back—instead, we continuously drive to keep our edge and chase the snow. Because whether it’s Josh Bibby and Tyler Ceccanti carving turns on Mount Olympus in Greece, or Utah locals Kaylin Richardson breaking trail in Norway and Julian Carr skiing Montana; these athletes pray for storms and seek mountain thrills for the same reason snow lovers have for decades: sheer delight. “Everywhere we go, Warren Miller Entertainment finds people who have dedicated their lives to the mountains,” says Producer Josh Haskins. “Every location we shoot at, from the smallest local hills to the top of Alaska's Chugach, speaks to skiers and snowboarders because, at the end of the day, all we need are some steep slopes and some snow to cover them.” "No Turning Back" continues the tradition, taking a legacy that dates back to before skis had edges, and running with it around the globe, to the top of the world’s highest peaks to the mom-and-pop hills that define skiing and riding and back again.
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Sneak Preview Warren Miller "No Turning Back" Greece Segment

The countdown till the Warren Miller‬ ‪"‎No Turning Back‬" film premiers worldwide here in Salt Lake City, is down to 4 days! Here is your sneak preview into the Greece segment with Tyler Cecannti. Catch the film this Saturday at Abravanel Hall at either 6 or 9 PM. Get your tickets now. .
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Stewart and Musquin Inaugural Winners of Red Bull Straight Rhythm

logo-tall After Red Bull "unwound" the motocross track to a half-mile long straight dirt track, the gates dropped for a motocross competition unlike any other. The "evolution of super cross" featured 32 riders racing head to head best of three format on a track that featured 10,000 cubic yards of dirt, 80 total jumps, 300 feet of whoops taking three weeks to build. Red Bull Straight Rhythm featured several big name riders including Travis Pastrana, who made his return to racing for the first time since 2009. "I decided to race Red Bull Straight Rhythm because it just looked like an absolute blast," said Pastrana pre race. "I still ride dirt bikes all of the time and this year I've been focusing more on just doing things that are fun and this event is just that, fun. On a straight track with no turns definitely plays to my strengths  because it allows me to maintain the sped and aggressive nature in the way I ride." The fans in attendance and those watching live on Red Bull TV experienced several incredible match ups including Pastrana versus Josh Hansen and James Stewart battling younger brother Malcolm Stewart were they met in the semi finals, where James beat his younger brother in two close races to move to the finals. James Stewart (7) Malcolm Stewart (34) Red Bull Straight Rhythm

James Stewart (7) Malcolm Stewart (34) Red Bull Straight Rhythm Photo: Tyler Tate/T Squared Action Sports

There he met Justin Brayton, who he also defeated in two straight races to win the Open Class title.
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Red Bull Straight Rhythm Preview with James Stewart

Before the competition starts, I sat down with James Stewart to talk about the event and racing against his brother. .
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Deer Valley Resort Agrees To Purchase Solitude Mountain Resort

Deer Valley-Solitude Press Release Courtesy: Deer Valley Resort Deer Valley Resort has entered into an agreement to purchase Solitude Mountain Resort and will begin operating the resort on May 1, 2015. “Solitude is an incredible resort and provided a huge opportunity for us to expand our offerings right here in Utah,” said Bob Wheaton, president and general manager of Deer Valley Resort. “Solitude is in unique position with their widely varied terrain that attracts both local and destination skiers. We are ecstatic to be able to add the resort to the Deer Valley® family.” “The DeSeelhorst family has enjoyed being a part of Solitude’s history for almost 40 years.
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