Vote for Travis Rice as National Geographic’s Adventurer of the Year


Photo: Cole Barash Red Bull Photofiles

For the past seven years, National Geographic’s award, Adventurer of the Year, has been one of the most honorable and distinguished people’s choice awards to receive—my friends, this is huge. National Geographic has teamed up with Glenfiddich, the Single Malt Scotch Whisky, to grant this award to a certain achiever who has progressed an adventure sport while exploring unknown possibilities and pushing every limit.

This year, unsurprisingly, none other than Travis Rice is up and running to receive Adventurer of the Year. We all know how dedicated Travis is, and he—more than any other snowboarder—has taken snowboarding to new heights year after year, especially with his showcased talent in Art of Flight. He has literally brought snowboarding to Hollywood and introduced our religion to a whole new world. Needless to say, he deserves this award more than anyone. As snowboarders united, let us all lend out our votes to our man, Travis.

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