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Omatic's Todd Richard's Receives Honor of Life-Story Film

December 10, 2008

Omatic's Todd Richard's Receives Honor of Life-Story Film

Acknowledged as one of the most influential riders in freestyle snowboarding- Todd Richards continues to make his mark in an industry he helped create.

Me, Myself and I from Snowboard TV on Vimeo.

A film by Award winning director Josh Landan (Against the Grain, FLOW- The true story of a surfing revolution) "Me, Myself and I" reveals the story of a man hailed as one of the most decorated snowboarders in history- from birth to legend. Todd Richards exposes all layers as he chronicles his life on film for the very first time. He was introduced to the sport in its infancy, and took over as it was catapulted onto the world's stage. Riding professionally for over 19 years, Todd is a force to be reckoned with, dominating Winter X Games, Vans Triple Crown and the US Open. Not only was he the first gold medal X-Games winner, he also participated in the first US Snowboarding team at the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Currently residing with his family in Encinitas, CA- Todd is part owner of O-Matic Snowboards, and rides for Quiksilver, DC Shoes, Nixon, Spy, and Pro-Tec helmets.

This feature length documentary will surely entertain, educate and captivate its audience. Todd created success with his wit, competitive drive, and positive outlook on life- inspiring the hero in all of us.

Me, Myself and I will be sent to film festivals and released on DVD in 2009.