Making waves: Maui snowboarder eyes Olympics in South Korea

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Making waves: Maui snowboarder eyes Olympics in South Korea

In this Feb. 22, 2017, photo provided by Red Bull, Lyon Farrell snowboards on Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
Lyon Farrell poses on a beach in Waipo Valley on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
In this Feb. 22, 2017, photo provided by Red Bull, Lyon Farrell snowboards on Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
In this Feb. 22, 2017, photo provided by Red Bull shows Lyon Farrell walking up Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.

Making waves: Maui snowboarder eyes Olympics in South Korea

In this Feb. 22, 2017, photo provided by Red Bull, Lyon Farrell snowboards on Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
Lyon Farrell poses on a beach in Waipo Valley on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
In this Feb. 22, 2017, photo provided by Red Bull, Lyon Farrell snowboards on Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
In this Feb. 22, 2017, photo provided by Red Bull shows Lyon Farrell walking up Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii. Farrell grew up skateboarding and surfing in Hawaii before a visit to New Zealand introduced him to snowboarding. Ever since, he’s preferred landing triple corks to hanging 10 as he sets his sights on making the U.S. slopestyle squad for the Olympics next winter in South Korea.
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