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Jeremy Jones, Bio.
Born: 14th January 1975
Home: Cape Cod, Minnesota, USA
In 1996, Peter Line was forming the first truly global snow team-- the fabled "Forum Eight". And one name that popped onto Line's list was the one and only Jeremy Jones. Over the past fifteen plus years, it has become painfully obvious why Jones was chosen. There's no one anywhere who rides like him.
Technically gifted, the Anon Goggles star was never going to simply ride. He was out to dominate every inch of the mountain. Jones has consistently shunned contests. Instead, he has soared to legendary status off the back of video parts and cover shots of his hypnotic jibbing and mind-blowing aerial skills.
From Forum's 2001 "True Life" right up to his appearance in the world-famous "The Art of Flight", Jones has been Prolific. In fact, keeping up with the footy he puts out is a tough task. But it's certainly worth it. Jones is a fan of big mountain snowboarding, and often hikes to ride impossible-to-reach spots. In 2012, the iconic pro formed Jones Snowboards. Away from the hill, Jones also skates, plays guitar and builds motorcycles.
Jeremy Jones relies on his Anon Figment goggles to spot every landing and keep his eyes safe...
Here's a few highlights from Jones' career so far...
2012 Launches Jones Snowboards
2012 Stars in Burton Snowboards' "13"
2012 Premieres "Further", the follow-up to "Deeper"
2011 Stars in Red Bull epic "The Art of Flight"
2010 Teton Gravity Research put out "Deeper", the first of three films featuring Jones' backcountry adventures
2009 Leaves Burton Snowboards for Rossignol Snowboards
2009 Stars in Mack Dawg Productions' "Double Decade", Absinthe Films' "Neverland" and Burton Snowboards' "The Backwards Movie"
2008 Stars in Quiksilver/Red Bull's "That's It, That's All"
2007 Jones had his busiest year, starring in
2007 Launches non-profit "Protect Our Winters"
2006 Stars in Standard Films' "Draw The Line"
2005 Stars in Teton Gravity Research's "Tangerine Dream"
2004 Wins Transworld Snowboarding's "Reader's Choice Award"
2003 Leaves Forum Snowboards to join Burton Snowboards
2002 Features in X-Treme Entertainment's documentary "Vivid"
2001 Stars in Forum Snowboards' "True Life"
1999 Stars in Mack Dawg Productions' "Decade"
1998 1st, Board Aid, big air contest, Bear Mountain, California, USA
1998 3rd, Bud Light Big Air, big air contest, Sugar Bowl, California, USA
1996 Becomes a founding member of "Forum Eight"
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