Work a little more on your framing. There was a couple shots where you chopped off just a little bit of head, or would weave and miss half the box and then come back. Showing only someones legs is fine if thats what you are focusing on, but its clear when its unintentional. In fact, if you arent moving, might as well use the tripod instead of the glidcam, it only makes things easier.
Also im pretty sure you are frame blending on your slow-mo shots. Turn that off for less of that ghosty effect.
Finally, and this is more of a personal pet peeve, but easy on the film burns. Especially without CC, its CLEAR when video is well, video, and not film. At that point, film burns just look hokey and fake, if you are gonna put in fake film burns, at least color correct/do the work in post/when you film so it looks like film.
Overall good work for a first edit though. I enjoyed it, just keep those in mind.
there's a certain point where it neither looks good nor functions properly...that's when you know you look steezy - no_steeze
somebody already touched on this, but i felt like you were too close for a lot of the jump shots. the shot gets really overwhelming if the skier takes up the whole frame, especially at the peak of the jump when you're really trying to see what he's doing
Shooting jumps from far away is much more appealing to eye so I have to agree with this.
On the editing part don't use chairlift shots... I used to do it, but then I figured out it's done in every edit and I hate riding the chair so why am I putting it in my edit?