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Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter uses a GoPro as a way to document and share his experiences on social media and with family. Photo by John F. Russell

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Freeskier Mike Maroney stands at the top of the chutes at the Steamboat Springs ski area. Maroney likes to ski in Colorado’s back-country and taking his GoPro to record his adventures and to share them has become second nature. Photo by John F. Russell

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Mike Maroney stands at the top of the chutes at the Steamboat Springs ski area. Maroney likes to ski in Colorado’s back-country and taking his GoPro to record his adventures and to share them has become second nature. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs' Mike Maroney hits a jump in the backcountry near Steamboat Springs. He uses a GoPro to help share his adventures with sponsors and friends. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jacob Abernathey uses a GoPro to record his family's visit to Steamboat Springs from Kansas City, Mo. last week. Jacob’s brother Andrew is behind him in the black jacket, his dad Steve is in the blue jacket and his mom Jen can be seen in the white jacket. Photo by John F. Russell

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Michael Shoults uses a GoPro to record his son Bryce skiing during a visit to Steamboat Springs last week. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jacob Abernathey waits to take a run at the top of the Gondola at Steamboat Ski Area. Abernathey's family just purchased a GoPro to record their visit to Steamboat Springs from Kansas City, Mo., last week. Jacob’s brother Andrew, his dad, Steve, and his mom, Jen, are behind him. Photo by John F. Russell

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