Sage Kotsenburg: Road to the ESPYs with Woodward

Sage Kotsenburg had a pretty wild ride in the aftermath of winning the Olympics, and it only got better. Traveling in style, the Olympian hit the skies with fellow Gold Medalist Joss Christensen on a tour of Woodward Copper and Woodward Tahoe before hitting the red carpet of the ESPYs. It was there that Sage took home the award for Best Male U.S. Olympian, and what better way to celebrate than with a hot pretzel. Sage knows what’s up.

From Woodward Camp via Youtube:

Shot 100% on the HD HERO3+ camera from GoPro.

In the days leading up to their walk down the ESPYS Red Carpet, olympic gold medalists Sage Kotsenburg and Joss Christensen jetted around the country with the Woodward Team. The private jet stopped at Woodward Copper so the pros could shred the summer snow terrain park, then off to Woodward Tahoe to skateboard, bounce on tramps and high-five some campers along the way. The adventure ended in Los Angeles at the ESPYS where both athletes were nominated for Best Male U.S. Olympic Athlete. At the end of the night, Sage took home the honors adding an ESPY to his trophy collection.

Shot: Mike Thomas, Paul Heran, Kelly Karis
Edited: Mike Thomas

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