By Emily Pross, Marketing Communications Student Killington was the final International Downhill Federation (IDF) race of the season, and athletes from all over the world came to fight for the last bit of points of the year. Killington is one of my favorite race tracks because you’re going toe to toe with friends at speeds […]

  By Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Student Down in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina sits a town called West Jefferson, which is home to the Mt. Jefferson Downhill race. The race is hosted by North Carolina Downhill in collaboration with the town of West Jefferson and the Park Rangers of Mt. Jefferson, and every […]

Written By Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Student A few weeks back I took a trip to Tenerife for a skate holiday, and to get media coverage of the “El Bueno” Freeride event. Honestly when I first heard about Tenerife, I had no idea where in the world that was. So, for those that don’t […]

Written by Emily Pross Marketing and Communications Student Recently I embarked on a trip to the land down under, Australia, for the return of the infamous Newton’s Nation  downhill skateboarding race. I had an idea of what Australia was like because I visited there, for a short time, last year to race in a different event. Last […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Student It has been awhile since I last checked in. That’s because I’ve been busy with the new semester and planning out my 2017 “on board” adventures. So let me fill you in on what I got planned so far, and where I’m hoping to go. Next week […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications student I’ve been a Devils fan for as long as I can remember. I went to games when they used to play at the old Continental Airlines Arena in the Meadowlands. We also used to go to games often when they first came to Newark. Unfortunately last year, we never had a chance […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications student Being a women in a male dominated sport means that you are the minority. At most of the events I go to, there are only about 4 to 8 other female competitors compared to about 100 male ones. In some cases there are a decent amount of women […]