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12-28-2012 ESPN.com- There's No Place Like Foam
"Superpipe slayer Kelly Clark is no stranger to progression, but she knows that it can often come at a price. "Progression is a good thing but it's not always a safe thing," Clark says. "It's good to have a facility like Woodward that makes the progression safer for everyone." see the whole article here.
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New York Times:
"Another level of safeguard at Copper that helps bridge the gap from indoor to outdoor is an on-mountain jump with a giant airbag covered in artificial turf. If campers land correctly, they can ride away. If they crash, they simply crumble into the airbag like Hollywood stuntmen.
Because it's close to the slopes, Woodward at Copper has an edge over most summer programs. Campers can work on tricks indoors and take it to the snow in minutes." read the whole story here.
"Everyone from TJ Schiller to Pat Moore to the Swiss national team has dialed tricks here, but the biggest beneficiaries may be everyday groms and graybeards." read the whole story here.
"Although warm temperatures and sunny days have been abundant in the Colorado high country, snow can still be found at Copper Mountain. Utilizing that snow with a nice jump and plethora of rail features is Woodward at Copper." read the whole article here.
"Skiing is crazier than ever. The jumps are getting bigger and the athletes are getting better. Recognizing this, Woodward at Copper provides today's top skiers and aspiring rippers a safe place to train and progress." read the whole story here.
"Woodward at Copper Session # 6 went off with K2 Snowboards visiting pros Gretchen Bleiler and Celia Miller. Campers got to hang out with Gretchen and Celia hang on Woodward at Copper’s summer on snow terrain park, as well as the one of kind indoor facility the Barn." see the whole article here.
"The 20,000 square foot Woodward at Copper Barn gives campers access to Snowflex® ramps, foam pits, spring floors, trampolines and indoor skateboard features." read more here.
"Turns out he’s half right. There’s nothing perfect about my jump, but after landing head first in the foam pit I am just fine. If only Vinko Bogataj could have trained at Camp Woodward." read more here.