community cup: the documentry

Community Cup, The Documentary captures the vision, creation, and execution of the first ever rider-designed course and zero-waste snowboard competition on the planet. Based on a event where snowboarding, music, community and sustainability is interwoven into one experience; professional snowboarders Chanelle Sladics and four time Olympian Kjersti Buaas set out to elevate and showcase women's snowboarding at it's best.

explore iceland

"EXPLORE ICELAND w/ ONE LIFE" Press Release below HIGHLY ACCLAIMED FEMALE SNOWBOARD DOCUMENTARY HITS THE WEB After TV Success, Documentary Premiers on the Web Last May, several members of the One Life crew- professional snowboarders Chanelle Sladics, Kjersti Buaas, Sarka Pancochova and Marie France-Roy; musician Cindy Santini; and director Johnny Roderick-took advantage of their shared passions and traveled to the west side of Iceland.

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#bthechange b corp 

The B Corp Ambassador program is an ongoing, global effort to showcase professional athletes using their business as a force for good. B Corp Ambassadors lead the way in their sport and for their sport by encouraging organizers, fellow athletes, and their fans to support communities and the environment.



A peak into Chanelle Sladics's evolution from professional competitive snowboarding to her transition into a media professional.  Hosting, commentating and sideline reporting at the most presetigous events in the world.

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One Life was founded in 2007; this group strives to demonstrate eco-friendly and playful values. As snowboarders, they are directly affected by the warming climate and get to see first-hand the pollution that is beginning to consume nature. This documentary touches mildly on some of these issues. "We don't want to sound preachy and we are far from perfect, but this is what we aspire to and just want to leave a positive impact. You have to keep your mind open," says Professional Snowboarder Marie-France Roy. Beyond wanting to inspire eco-friendly practices, and exploring this amazing planet, One Life also seeks to explore within, "As a competitive athlete, where the stakes are high, it is easy to get sucked in old patterns of seriousness. Its good to have a friend to slap you in the face, if needed, so you can let go of what happened yesterday and focus on what you have right in front of you. This is why I like to surround myself around these girls," says Kjersti.