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Listen Now: Part 2 of Kent Kreitler’s Story on The Powell Movement

Kent Kreitler is a living legend and TGR Hall of Famer. He’ll be remembered as the skier who helped bring tricks to the backcountry, but he’s so much more than that. He was part of an elite crew of skiers that pioneered big mountain skiing in Alaska…the generation that lived fast and took chances. In part two of the podcast on The Powell Movement, he talks about the Tahoe years, filming with the Standard Crew, stomping tricks in the terrain park on 215cm skis, the X Games, sponsors, money, and much more. Click here to listen to Part 1.

Kent Kreitler Show Notes:

6:00: Greg Harms, moving to Tahoe, Punk influence, and health in the party days

16:00: New Zealand, K2, and pushing for change in different areas of the industry

24:30: Boards in Motion Magazine, developing ski technology, Team Venom, and money

33:30: X Games medals and big air, and two knee injuries (one major one in AK)

43:00: K2 > Rossignol > Blizzard, Coombs death, and Switzerland

50:30: Retirement, ski heros, risk, and McConkey death

60:00: Inappropriate Questions with Kristen Ulmer

Listen to more episodes of The Powell Movement today!

I’m a fan of kent. it is true what you said about him bringing the tricks back. Definitely one of the greatest of all time. Thanks for sharing this story! Emergency Tree Service

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