Olympic Judge Steele Spence has a storied history in the ski industry.  He was part of the second wave of new school skiers and one who had a knack for greasing the burliest of rails.  His urban game was top notch before most people knew that urban skiing was a thing.  When pro skiing wasn’t an option anymore, Steele moved in-house and designed skis and products for 4FRNT.  The life of a desk jockey was not for Steele and he quickly found himself in a new role, as a judge.  Countless events later, Steele is an Olympic judge and with judging comes criticism.  Listen to the podcast to hear Steel address everything around the scoring at the Olympic Games.  


2:00:  Just getting back from South Korea

4:00:  Growing up in Aspen

8:30:  Switching to pipe and slope and new school skiing

14:30:   Evo (Use the code TPM10 for 10% off at checkout) and RESQWATER (enter the code resqwatertpm for a 20% discount on a 12 pack)

16:00:  The Rip Curl event, partying and how things were back in the day

20:00:  Working with brands, money, and the X Games

25:00:  Filming, going to work for 4FRNT, and getting into judging

32:00:  10Barrel Brewery and The Summit at Snoqualmie (use the code Powell18 to get pre-season pass prices)

33:30:  All about judging and Olympic Judging:  Women’s slope, Elisabeth Swaney, general judging, ski slope and pipe judging.

70:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Roy Tuscany