The filming was pretty good, be sure to get a tripod because it will really increase the quality. The second segment (after the first color check thingy) the filming got better, you used a few more angles. Always be looking for more ways to shoot a jump; even just a different angle can really change how we see what's going on (that was a pretty obvious statement, duhr to me!). There was a segment where there was a bunch of snow on the lense, you should always clean that off. I'm not too much of a fan of the vignette throughout the entire edit. I don't know how you're holding the camera when you're following the rider, but use everything you can to stabilize (i.e. if holding the camera low, keep it against your leg, use both hands). Keep your eyes primarily on the rider, not where you're going. You're most likely not going to hit anything. Hope I helped!