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The Reserves win World Ski and Snowboard Festival Intersection

Shmobb finish as runner-ups with third place going to Out of Service
The Reserves, winners of the 2024 World Ski and Snowboard Festival's Intersection event.

The Reserves have taken first prize in 2024 World Ski and Snowboard Festival's (WSSF) Intersection film contest, with Shmobb placing second and Out of Service rounding out the podium in third.

A last-minute addition to the lineup, The Reserves took home a cash prize of $10,000 and a $500 Gibbons gift card for the People's Choice award as well. Led by Joey Kraft, this crew and their film titled “Drop Out” presented a mountain culture spoof on punk rockers.

Shmobb, helmed by Caleb Chomlack, earned $5,000, with event veterans Out of Service receiving $2,000.

Intersection pushed five crews of artists and snow sport visionaries to shoot, edit, and submit a four-to-six minute winter action sports edit within 12 days. These films were judged by an esteemed panel including Olympic halfpipe champ Cassie Sharpe, Forecast Ski Magazine editor Jeff Shmuck, Natural Selection Tour (NST) athlete Chris Rasman, big mountain skier Alex Armstrong and professional snowboarder Jody Wachniak.

The WSSF has a diverse lineup of sporting events still to come: including the Saudan Couloir Race Extreme, the Cut Rail Jam and the Slush Cup taking place this weekend. Night Tales will wrap up the music series on Sunday, April 14.