Guldemond, Cosco Each Win $3,000 at JPI3Thousands Cheer Skiing and Snowboardingâs Top CompetitorsDonner Summit, Calif., -- Boreal Mountain Resort and Liberty Skis, in association with Snowboard Magazine and FUEL TV, are pleased to announce snowboarder Chaz Guldemond and skier Ian Cosco each won $3,000 in their respective disciplines at the 3rd Annual Jibassic Pro Invitational Rail Jam Saturday, Oct. 13. Snowboarders Mike Cassanova and Cameron Pierce took what leading judge and Boreal Mountain Resort Terrain Park Director Eric Rosenwald deemed, âclose second.â Skiers Tim Russell and Truckee-local Andrew McDowell also took close second. Rosenwald and his terrain park staff handed out $2,000 in hundred-dollar bills to best tricks and even some best spills, including local Moment Skis Rider Sean Hartelâs back flip attempts off the Red Bull Bus. An Estimated crowd of more than 3,500 spectators packed the venue for a night of world-class skiing and snowboarding. The rail jam action was split between practice and finals by Blank Paperâs snowboard movie, In Short, and Eric Ibergâs latest ski film, Idea. Iberg and film star Pep Fujas spoke to the audience before premiering their one-of-a-kind ski movie. It [Idea] was well-received,â said Fujas after the outdoor showing. âI think the crowd really enjoyed the movie and surrounding atmosphere of a bonfire and cold temperatures. This kind of reception makes me feel a whole lot better about producing the movie. Itâs like all your hard work paid off, added Fujas.Â Â PlaceSnowboardersSkiers1Chaz GuldemondIan CoscoClose SecondMike CassanovaTim RussellÂ Cameron PierceKress DurfeeÂ Boreal offers the closest, most convenient access off Interstate 80 atop Donner Summit, just 90 minutes from Sacramento, 35 minutes from Reno and just six minutes from Truckee. Boreal offsets 100 percent of its power by purchasing wind-generated electricity. First-timer ski and board sessions, an Olympic-caliber superpipe, ever-inventive terrain park features of 100 sizes and shapes, and an invitation to some carefree cool are part of Borealâs friendly, ever-present vibe.