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This past weekend in Aspen, Colorado, the Skullcandy team was on fire, taking home three gold medals from the 2012 Winter X Games. Dan Brisse repeated his domination of the Real Snow video submission contest, winning the judges' vote for the second year in a row while Halldor Helgason narrowly missed winning the fan vote to Louis-Felix Paradis. If you didn't see Dan's or Halldor's part, take a second to check them out. They're both 170% banger.
In ski, Tom Wallisch crushed with the highest score ever awarded (96) in X Games Ski Slopestyle, thanks to a monster trick set and his signature supernaturally relaxed style. Starting with a smooth 450 off the cargo-container-to-wallride at the top of the course, followed by a switch 9, a dub 12 mute, then left and right switch dub 10's off the last two hits, there's no question he earned the gold. Check out Wallisch's winning run and a short ESPN interview.
Skullcandy teammate Bobby Brown wasn't far behind, but second is cold comfort and Brown is not one to sit in anyone's shadow. Luckily he would have another chance to take a top podium spot at Big Air, and did so with authority, nailing switch double 12's like a hammer over and over again until he got the scores he wanted. This switch dub 12 mute is so clean you could eat off it.
So as the massive caravan of 18 wheelers rolls out, retreating to a warehouse somewhere full of X Games hardware, we can rest easy knowing that the Skullcandy team brought it hard to Aspen in 2012, and left shining, literally, with medals around their necks. Congratulations gentlemen and you know we won't be waiting until next year to see you blow it up again. How about next week?