SNOWBOARD

TORAH BRIGHT SETS THE GOLD STANDARD

Australian professional snowboarder Torah Bright has won every possible contest and award. Some of them multiple times, like her two X Games gold medals, two Dew Tour gold medals, and three World Superpipe Championship gold medals. For an athlete like Torah, competition is a way of life and the hunt for gold never ends. After a win at the 2010 Olympics, Ms. Bright came away with a new perspective on snowboarding and life. And with a fresh, relaxed approach to the sport she so loves and dominates, Torah is heading into the 2014 Winter Olympics with the intent of qualifying for and, eventually, winning all three snowboard disciplines, which include halfpipe, slopestyle and boardercross. The woman is on a mission.

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