Andreas Hatveit is a living legend of the sport. From the insane TGP rail edits to X Games wins and a huge catalog of video parts in PBP movies, he's one of the best to ever do it. Yesterday's Unrailistic Invitatonal saw him return to competition age 36, and instantly return to the top of the podium beating out the likes of Colby Stevenson, Mac Forehand, Alex Hall and even Jesper himself.

Each trick in his bonkers run, from the 50-50 360 out to the flip on front 4 was a feat in and of itself. The fact that Andreas combined these moves into one run is mind-blowing

Andreas' winning run

Of course, this raises the question of what Andreas Håtveit's been doing since his "retirement." You don't take a multi-year total break from rails and come back with something like this. The guy is obviously still skiing and maybe having an insane backyard park is the way to go.

After a little snooping around, we found out that Håtveit's now the terrain park manager at Geilo, a Norwegian ski resort. So, as assumed, he's still deeply involved with skiing; Håtveit never went anywhere.

While Håtveit might be more committed to designing parks rather than riding them, he's clearly still taking the time to hone some tricks of his own. So hopefully we'll be seeing TGP Volume 7 sometime soon.