It is good to see great snowboarders like Jeremy Jones getting proper respect in mainstream media outlets like the New York Times.
At a local restaurant here in his hometown, Jones does not look like one of the world’s most radical snowboarders. A 38-year-old father of two, he is soft-spoken and friendly, an outlier in a sport known more for brazenness than modesty. But for more than two decades, as snowboarders have started trends and realized Olympic ambitions, Jones has pursued a singular dream: riding some of the biggest, significant mountains in the world.
Jones has always been an genuine, authentic, unassuming giant in snowboarding, and we’re stoked people outside snowboarding are getting to know him better. Click the link for the rest of the story.
[Link: New York Times]