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Benjamin Forthun Takes Pond Skimming to a Whole New Level

When it comes to pond skimming, there is a certain level of debauchery that is usually to be expected-silly costumes, ruckus cheers, and just a wee bit (or a lot) of beer.

RELATED: Copper Mountain pond skimmer could face felony charges for causing injuries

Norwegian skier Benjamin Forthun, however, has taken the pastime to a whole new level with his epic run at FONNA Glacier Ski Resort for the start of their summer season. Talk about crushing the game.

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Video: Josh Daiek Might Have Hit the Biggest Road Gap Ever
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Video: Josh Daiek Might Have Hit the Biggest Road Gap Ever

Video: Josh Daiek Might Have Hit the Biggest Road Gap Ever

Tahoe-based freeskier Josh Daiek is certainly not known for timid skiing or backing away from things because they are “too big.” Instead, he’s the kind of guy who goes full-out every time he shows up on the mountain with skis on his feet. His latest clip, filmed at some point last year, is a testament to that mentality. RELATED: Watch Kai Jones's Segment in Here’s what Daiek has to say about the mental jump: And we also have to shout out to Drew Tabke for keeping it real in the

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Video: Jerry Narrowly Avoids Watery Death
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Video: Jerry Narrowly Avoids Watery Death

Video: Jerry Narrowly Avoids Watery Death

What's the best way to die? Surrounded by family at age 98? Instant death while doing something rad? It's hard to say, but we can say one thing with certainty: Slowly freezing/drowning is low on the list. As such, we're happy to report that this Jerry still has the opportunity to pursue the former, more desirable demises, despite a close encounter with the latter.  RELATED: Skier Self Rescues from Hole on Tuckerman Ravine Seriously, this dude was like a half-second away from falling into an

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Colorado and Wyoming To See Significant Snowfall This Weekend
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Colorado and Wyoming To See Significant Snowfall This Weekend

Colorado and Wyoming To See Significant Snowfall This Weekend

Big blobs mean big snow. NOAA image. A winter storm is shaping up to drop some significant snow in the mountains all over the West this weekend. With the PNW already seeing their first skiable snow a short while ago, it’s now Colorado’s turn to join the fun. NOAA is calling for upwards of a foot for places like Loveland and Vail, and up to 16 inches for Steamboat. With Keystone and Arapahoe Basin already spinning lifts, this might be a fun weekend for those first turns of