Shreddy Times presents: “Moving Forward” – the amazing recovery of Danny Toumarkine

This full-length film has been over a year in the making following the journey of Danny Toumarkine after suffering from a traumatic brain injury on January 3rd of 2011.

Danny and his brother Conor had shared a dream of creating a season long snowboarding video for nearly 15 years. After starting a production company called Shreddy Times in 2007, together they documented Danny's path to stardom within the snowboard industry. While filming in Montana, with a group of close friends, Danny fell on a routine jump and hit his head. After nearly two weeks in a medically induced coma, four brain surgeries and thirty-three days later, Danny was discharged from the hospital.

Watch, as Danny overcomes the most challenging and difficult time of his life. With epic documentation of Danny's near death experience, this video takes you through the ups and downs of his recovery process.

For more information on Danny's story check out:

We would like to thank all the sponsors of this project: – Vitamin Water – High Fives Foundation – Burton Snowboards – Sandbox Helmets – Cliff Bar – Sticker Pack – Kicker


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