Burton Snowboards: 10 years without Craig Kelly


There are only a few times in one’s life where you can remember exactly where you were and what you were doing when you heard certain news. For a lot of people, hearing of Craig Kelly’s passing on January 20th of 2003 brings back those feelings. Known by many as the “Godfather of Freeriding,” and noted by Terje Haakonsen as the “best snowboarder of all time,” Craig has left a longstanding legacy on our sport.

Read the full Craig Kelly story at burton.com


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