SidelineSwapI had to look up the Moseley one for myself....glad I did. Whatever happened to him?
He got involved in mogul skiing again. If he had not gone back to skiing bumps for 2002 he would have stayed skiing AK and doing the X-games and he might have been skiing's Travis Rice. He was probably the best all-around skier in the world at that point. He went back to moguls and changed the game in 2002, he really should have won gold, with a performance that radically changed the way moguls were judged. Had he won the gold he deserved in 2002 god knows how much money he might have made. After 2002 I don't know why he didn't go back to skiing for MSP/TGR again, maybe someone else does. He ended up going in a different direction in life, which is fine, but he might have been Candide before Candide was Candide. He probably was the best skier in the world at that point and it is a shame he did not stay in the industry. He got involved in real estate development or something like that and I can't say I blame him. Regardless he was an absolutely transcendent skier who did a whole lot to legitimize freeskiing. The current industry owes him a big debt of gratitude. I still think he might have been the greatest skier who ever lived but it would have been nice to see just what levels he could have gotten to. He was one of the best big mountain skiers in the world, as evidenced by him destroying AK in The Realm, a gold medalist in moguls who revolutionized the contests and changed judging criteria and an x-games (I think, not going to look it up) medalist. The more I think about it he really may well have been the best skier who ever lived.