Style vs. Technical difficulty
Which do you think is better?
These days, people are throwing riskyflips, venus fly traps, d-spin 1260's, misty 5'000s (or wherever we are at, and 1440's.
Freestyle was spawned when people grew tired of aerial skiing and such - where no style exists, all the riders look the exact same. If you come out of a tight form to do your own style you will get marked down.
Freeskiing seems to be going in the direction of this. I don't believe that judges are giving proper credit to style as they are to technical hucks.
We need more judges who are riders, who pay proper respect to the person's style and fluidity in the air.
We are the future, we control where this goes.
Do you consider a huge hucked trick greater than that of a slow, tweaked-out grab with a spin?
As much as I like the pros that throw big tricks, I love the style and control riders like J.P. Auclair have.