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Topic - Jake Burton
There's a good chance almost any of the world's top snowboarders would've said 'yes' to Myles Beute.
Even though the Olympic-winning snowboard didn't have his name on it, Jake Burton found a way to get his hands in on the action.
Burton said he jumped at the chance when the people at Make-A-Wish approached him about the request from the 14-year-old, whose dad introduced him to snowboarding when he was younger.
"I think the riders will feel more in their comfort zone," Burton said. "They're all progressing. They've done the runs they needed to try to make the podium at the Olympics. I think it'll be easier to do them here."