Chubz.Quinn was one spot shy of making the Olympic slope style team for Korea. Beat out by Alex hall, who he beat in this slvsh cup. He almost landed a fuckin SWITCH alley oop dub 10 BLUNT first try...off a side hit.. If that was on his last letter I would bet money on Quinn landing it on his second go. Claiming henny has a “plethora” of tricks Quinn doesn’t..is really silly.
A lot of you guys really underestimate how good Quinn is at skiing. And he’s only gonna get better. Him and Alex hall are on course to become the best park skiers the world has ever seen. By the time they’re henriks age they’re going to be doing things you’d never think were possible, hell they’re doing that now and they’re only 19/20.
I think people are overlooking why everyone in the Slvsh cup was referring to Henrik as a god. People seemed to get frustrated because they thought he got preferential treatment and that he didn't deserve the W. It seems people also got annoyed by him barking all the time and calling repeat sets, or making Hunter Hess blind surface swap multiple times (which is fair and ultimately pushed Hunter to pretty much have them down by the end of the game, which is pretty much the whole purpose of Slvsh).
Henrik deserved that W. He skied one of the better games in Slvsh history in the final, and overall it was as fairly reffed as anyone could every realistically ask for. Beyond all of that Henrik has given so much to the sport past most comp skiers, (Inspired East Coast Tour, B&E Invintational, BE Inspired, and so on) and, not to minimize Quinn, A-Hall, or others at all, but I don't know if anyone is going to give that much to skiing by the time their 26 or ever for that matter.
Also, while I am on this rant, on an open big air jump, Henrik could indeed call a vast plethora of tricks that Quinn most likely doesnt have. Just to list a few: tail butter dub 10 blunt, unnatural nosebutter doubles, nose butter triple 16, unnattural switch triple 14 rip the dank (Im pretty sure Quinn hasnt sent a triple yet, natural or unnatural), dub bio 12 tindy, dub 16 blunt, flat 1, bio 14 tindy, switch doubles with shifties in the first cork, and so on. What's also insane is with all the tricks listed, you could find a video of Henrik doing them flawlessly. Not that Quinn won't get a lot of these over time and Im truly stoked to see where Quinn goes with his ill skiing, but let's also not minimize where Henrik is at with his skiing and how good he is either.