This guy definitely deserved to be on the podium! Sick run put down by THE man, Henrik Harlaut. Only ended up getting like an 85 and 5th place but i was so stoked to see him in the finals. And that nose butter triple! taking in to the GUCCI PLATEAU
Joss just thrown down on his last run at the olympics. He through the same run that got him a gold just before. Props to Joss for showing everyone he deserved that spot, definitely deserves it after so much work! Switch right side triple 12 is insane btw
Henrik Harlaut's dub flat 7 blunt from The Education of Style. Henrik won "Best Man Made Air" at the 2013 Powder Awards for this trick! Check out The Educaiton of Style for his full segment and other madness from Henrik, Phil, and Tanner! www.inspiredmedia.tv www.armadaskis.com
This is Japanese skier, TAISEI Yamamoto landed triple cork 1620!
Back in 2013 I brought to the world the Dre Flip. This past summer it was taken to the next level. Switch early 180 to dub front. Please correct me if someone else has done this before... And for those that don't know, no one does the Dre Flip like the Black Man On Skis!
In this video we will show you how you can learn you first front flip on skis in a fun and safe way. We start showing you what steps should be taken on the trampoline before you step into the bindings and do it on snow. stompittutorials.com/tutorials/ https://www.facebook.com/stompittutor... …
Originally the brainchild of Andy Pelton, the piggyback backflip has be discussed for several months among the Exeter snowsports freestyle community. Few believed it could be possible but on the last day of our trip to Val Thorens Andy Pelton and Rob Fail completed this spectacular manoeuvre.
I, Kevin Schwerin, while filming McRae Williams, we collided in the air and I land on my head. I did not have a helmet on and suffered a seizure with a major concussion. I spent the night in a hospital, where I was told I didn't have any internal bleeding or brain bruising, and I was cleared to…
Another summer down in New Zealand is done and as always I had a blast! This time it was a little different as Snowpark, NZ was closed (where I usally spend all my time filming/skiing) and instead had to ski Cardrona. But me and my good friend Taylor Seaton still manged to do some filming even …