Unbroken: The Snowboard Life of Mark McMorris

Synopsis: After a horrific backcountry accident leaves professional snowboarder Mark McMorris in the ICU, he fights for his life and faces an existential crisis.
Director(s): Adam Burwell
45 min

(blows a kiss)

It means a lot to

be back at the US Open

after missing a year,

it's a Olympic qualifier.

Definitely wanna show

up to play there.

Mark put down one of the

heaviest slopestyle runs

of the year which put him

on the top of the podium

and solidified his spot for

the Olympic team in 2018.

That's like the best

feeling on earth, ecstatic.

It was sweet.

He's going to the Olympics.

It's the one snowboard

event, slopestyle or big air

that's eluded him a gold medal,

and he's a very

competitive person.

He's got a bronze,

rose gold if you will.

But he wants that real gold.

(audience cheering)

I was so happy to just

end my season like that.

Leaving as one of the

guys to beat all the time.

It's like okay, I'm

for sure back now.

Winning is a good feeling,

being the best feels good,

there's no doubt about that.

And winning X-games and

things like that, it's great,

but it's...

I ask myself this

question all the time,

why do guys like Mark, how

do they craft this career

where everyone looks at them

and sort of wants to

do tricks like them,

or wants to be like

them on and off snow?

One part of it is really

being an all-around rider,

not just focusing

on being the best

slopestyle rider in the world.

I mean Mark is a

good rail rider.

He's a great jumper,

he can ride transition,

he rides backcountry.

He gets himself

immersed in the powder

and building jumps out there,

and he's a true snowboarder.

There's huge contests, and

there's endorsement deals,

and everything that

goes along with that,

and media coverage and stuff,

but that's just one

part of snowboarding.

Snowboarding is kind of

ridiculous in that sense,

where you, as a professional,

you strap into a piece of wood

on snow and slide down the

mountain and do tricks,

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