We hope you will join us.
This event is open to anyone- not simply Convergence attendees or gym members. It will not be broadcast on your local channel, so put your real-life shoes on and hit the pavement.
“While Jeremy’s well-deserved reputation precedes him, what is less obvious is the humility, clarity, and true gravity of feeling that he is able to convey; Both in conversation and presentation.
I was fortunate enough to attend the “focus group” run-through of the project in SLC in 2018, and was floored. In the span of an hour and a half (that felt like 15 minutes), Jeremy took me to every situation I’ve ever had that contained actual risk, the people I care about most, why I do what I do, and why I choose who I choose.
Even solely on the “What if?” platform, very few stories will elicit as much head-shaking and head-nodding as this one.
Jeremy possesses a manner of speaking that allows even the most severe and unthinkable to seem and feel real; That level of personalization amidst such a larger-than-life story is true magic, and we are sure everyone fortunate enough to witness it will value and enjoy.”
– Greg Walsh
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A professional snowboarder for over two decades, Jeremy Jones is known throughout the sport as a pioneer, pillar, and relentless innovator.
First carving out a name for himself under the infamous Forum 8 snowboard team, he then moved on to Burton Snowboards in 2003. Continuing his assault on the streets and backcountry, he filmed some of the most progressive and dynamic video parts ever compiled.
Jeremy’s accomplishments and accolades in snowboarding are numerous, and some will stand as the benchmark for a long, long time to come. However the accolades mean little for Jeremy; It has always been about putting together the best video part every season.
Chances are high that if you’ve ever picked up a snowboard, you’ve heard of Jeremy Jones, and already recognize the indelible impact he has left on the sport.
On January 11, 2017, along with 10 others, Jeremy was consumed by a large avalanche in the Utah backcountry. The information, observations, and accounts that follow are the footsteps of a cautionary tale of what it takes to get out alive when things go as wrong as they possibly can, and then how to deal with the inevitable reality of the cause-and-effect.
The thing is…What doesn’t kill you, doesn’t always make you stronger- It just doesn’t kill you.
The choices you make during and after the battle are the things that ultimately will make you stronger… or not.
You will have to decide.