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im just inda curious about what it takes ot be competitive in a freskiing competition. right now i am fine with dropping anthing up to about 25 feet and i can ski/bomb just about anything. would i be a viable competitor in a freeskiing comp?
you should probly have some big spins cork/bios/rodeos
i dunno ive never been in a comp
yeah, itll be a few years before i can any of those off a 2 foot cliff...need to spend a few years at jackson.
Freeskiing comp... not freestyle.
Freeskiing judges look for
A: the line you chooes, (difficulty)
B: how clean you ride it, no mistakes/falls.
D: Tricks and drops...
Go to a freeskiing comp sometime and just observe everything and everyone. If you think you can do better than the poeple compeating, then sign up next year.
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From what i've seen, you have to be sorta nutty and stupid. THose guys absolutely rip in any conditions. IF theres 3 feet of fresh, or 3 inches, they'll still kill it. Shit's rill scary.
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sounds good to me. i mean, i do compete in he only freeskiing comp that i know of out here in the east, the castlerock comp. but yeah, ive watched some vids of some freeskiing out west. some of the guys r absolutly ridiculous, but then again some of the guys lines look fairly mellow.
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