Someone had to show up in a Red Sox jersey, and who better to rep it loud and proud than freeski boundary breaker, Gus Kenworthy? Press play and let our eye in the sky show you just what we mean.

What goes through a freeskier’s brain before their first hit on one of the craziest jumps on earth? If you’re McRae Williams, the answer is simply how big to send it.

After a day of testing and toying on Wednesday, Polartec Big Air at Fenway revved up for real this morning with Heat 1 of Men’s Snowboard Qualifiers. If you’re not here to check out all the sights and sounds, then we have the next best thing.

Check out a sick GoPro course preview of the massive Polartec Big Air at Fenway Park jump, from the mind of the one and only Sage Kotsenburg.

With American vets and young guns like Chas Guldemond and Lyon Farrell facing off—plus some seriously heavy slams—Heat 2 of Men's Snowboard Qualifiers was a perfect taste of the finals insanity that lies in wait tonight.

With winds picking up and temps dropping, conditions for Women’s Snowboard Qualifying were the gnarliest of the week, but Julia Marino—the surprise second place qualifier—and the rest of the field showed no fear. Girl power, indeed.

It just wouldn’t be snowboarding without a few heavy slams and the Polartec Big Air at Fenway ramp dished them out in spades this afternoon. Flinch on, everyone.

Yesterday, Vermont local and women's snowboard star, Ty Walker, took a gnarly slam in practice, breaking a vertebrae in her back in the process. Today we caught up with her to see how she was feeling, and, much to our surprise, she is doing just fine. Needless to say, Ty is one tough cookie.

With a jump this gnarly, making the Polartec Big Air at Fenway finals was an accomplishment in and of itself, as this stomp-heavy, slam-packed qualifiers mixtape makes abundantly clear. If you missed any of today’s action, make sure to check it out.

The United States' Jessika Jenson took the first run of the Women's Snowboarding Finals but took a hard fall in her first run.