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Heavenly Team Rider in Dew Tour Toyota Championships 2012

  In the third and final stop of the 2012 Dew Tour, Joanna “PNut” Dzierzawski, beat out a tough line up to take 3rd place in the championships and rank 5th overall. She shared the podium today with Spencer O’Brien (1st) and Enni Rukajarvi (2nd). After losing a good portion of last season’s ride time due to […]

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Nike Chosen Video Recap

The Nike Chosen event was a complete success and was the most heavily-attended stop on the tour, so far. Way to come out and represent, Tahoe! Check out this video recap: A major hightlight of the evening is the fact that two Heavenly team riders took first place: Joanna “PNut” Dzierzawski for the Women and […]

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Heavenly Freeride Team Members @ Nike Open for Dew Tour

We would like to congratulate Heavenly Freeride Team members Kyle Smaine and Joanna “PNut” Dzierzawski for placing in the Nike Open for the Winter Dew Tour 2011 in Breckenridge! Both members yielded impressive results this past week in their respective events. PNut placed 4th in the Woman’s Snowboard Slopestyle qualifying round stacked with insane snowboard […]

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Sho Kashima Takes Silver in World Cup Event

We’d like to extend a warm Heavenly CONGRATULATIONS to Freeride team member, Sho Kashima, for his recent podium finish in the Ruka World Cup event! Video of Sho\’s Second-Place Run Sho has faced some challenges the last couple of years, nearly making it to the Olympics, only to be thwarted by a knee injury and lengthy […]

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Sho Kashima’s Start with the Heavenly Ski & Snowboard Foundation

For those of us who are passionate about our winter sport, whether skiing or snowboarding, the opportunity to be raised and trained in either seems like an unattainable dream. For youth in South Lake Tahoe, this dream is not only attainable, it’s readily available thanks to the non-profit Heavenly Ski & Snowboard Foundation who sponsors […]

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