Austin Hironaka and Austen Sweetin’s Excellent Rhythm Adventure at The Summit at Snoqualmie

Todd Kirby didn't even know what he was doing here. A combination of a backside rodeo and a Miller flip. Nailed on his first try.

Todd Kirby didn’t even know what he was doing here. A combination of a backside rodeo and a Miller flip. Nailed on his first try.

 

Words and photos: Jeff Hawe via Snowboarder Magazine

During the week of April 28 – May 2, Summit at Snoqualmie hosted an event dubbed, Hiro and Ten’s Excellent Rhythm Adventure. The name, simply put, is a reference to the rhythm course brainstormed by Austin Hironaka and Austen Sweetin. When these two get an idea for something to build they take it to Joe Pope and his crew at The Summit to make it happen. It started as an idea for a smooth flowing rhythm section of five jumps, much like a dirt jump track for bikes.  Read the rest on Snowboarder’s Site…

Snoop Lion and Johnny Chillsack just holding it down.

Snoop Lion and Johnny Chillsack just holding it down.

 

Austen Sweetin with a Miller flip on the ball. The power of the Schwartz aided him in getting the shot.

Austen Sweetin with a Miller flip on the ball. The power of the Schwartz aided him in getting the shot.

 

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