Edging the Xtreme on Boston.com

Below are Dan’s articles from his blog on Boston.com

Dan Egan watched the women's halfpipe competition at the Olympics alongside the parents of gold medalist Kaitlyn Farrington.
Thu, May 29, 2014
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Spring time brings out the spirits of renewal and freedom from being caged in by the cold. Here are my three new favorite videos that illustrate creativity of adrenaline junkies who are pushing in the air, on the ground and under the water.
Thu, May 29, 2014
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That fascination led him to the only surf shop in town, the Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Company.
Thu, May 29, 2014
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Wise has been on top for a long time and he knows here at the Olympics he represents all of the pioneer of the sport that aren't in Sochi such as Simon Dumont and others. He began competing in halfpipe at a young age, winning his first U.S. National title at age 15 and then turning professional at 18. Wise kicked off a dominant winning streak in 2012, winning the Winter X Games, The Dew Tour Finals and The Grand Prix finals consecutively and has not looked back since.
Thu, May 29, 2014
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Weibrecht who won the bronze in the super G in Vancouver, his silver here in Sochi is confirmation that he belongs as one of the best ski racers in the world. His humble demeanor is a breath of fresh air surrounding all of the high drama surrounding other Olympic athletes. Known as the "war horse" for his hard work and go for it attitude, Weibrecht is built like a tank and is a fearless skier.
Thu, May 29, 2014
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Skiing moguls is a state of mind that requires an inner calm, a spirit of a warrior and the spontaneity of a cat. Scott Rawles was one great mogul skier. He won the World Pro Mogul multiple times and has been the Head Mogul Coach for Team USA since 2006. And in that time he has put the US Mogul Skiers back on top of the world stage.
Thu, May 29, 2014
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