Bailing would probably be worse. You'd probably come down upper body first, break a few things. Landing the way you normally would with your skis on, which is designed for you to keep going (forward momentum), if you land just right, like on the heel of your boot so you slide backwards then fall on your back, a lot of the energy could be transferred (assuming it's a sloped landing, like really sloped)and you'd get away with less injuries. Remember Jake Brown?
But damn... that's crazy. I'd laugh so hard if that happened at the real thing... like on TV and all
"some were liek how many sides does a rhombus was i had no idea ont he cups in 5.5 gallons and what time period we are in but besides those i think im smarter thena 5th grader"
"and tom wallisch reccomended that i get it that size so shutup."
wilkesyachtingco had his picture in freeze a few years back when his lame markers double ejected much like that while attempting a layed out backflip on a large, but fairly regular kicker. pm him. i'm sure he still has that shot. it's perfect...with his body a little past parallel with the ground and his skis maybe fifteen feet from his boots, still lined up and next to each other.
thats pretty crazy
happened to a friend of mine but with a 5 on a small jump
"Newschool skiing is not unique to North America. This form of skiing is evident all around the world, particularly in Africa, Brazil, Mexico and in specific parts of the Indian Sea."