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Podcast: Burton's Nick Sargent at the halfpipe
February 11, 2014 03:32 PM
|SBJ's Tripp Mickle (left) and Burton's Nick Sargent|
■ "The pipe really needs some cold weather for the ice crystals to connect. But the reality is they're doing all they can do to keep the pipe in rideable condition."
■ "It's a stocked women's house tomorrow night. … The conditions of the pipe are really going to dictate the riding level and what they're able to achieve.'
■ "The U.S. Open, our second year in Vail … on the heels of an Olympics, it's really just pandemonium. You get all the riders. We'll have an Olympic field at the Open, all coming to Vail, having a great time."