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RMX Skijoring 2015

Minturn, Colorado's RMX Skijoring 2015

This extreme winter sport consists of a skier being pulled by a horse and rider at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour, all while going off of jumps and aiming for the rings lining the sides of the course. The competition comes into play as each team of three races to the finish line, trying for record times and all 6 rings.

Presented by Sea Legs Creation Station / sealegscreationstation.com / @sealegscs
Filmed and edited by Skylar Wilson / skylarwilson.net / @skyrar
Produced by Gel Clemmer / @gel_z

Music - Dead Men Now by The Civil Slingers / thecivilslingers.bandcamp.com/

Results

Sport Division
1. Rider - Savannah McCarthy / Skier - Tug Birk / Horse - Piper ... 00.17.24
2. Rider - JJ Swirka / Skier - Jason Decker / Horse - Logan ... 00.17.31
3. Rider - Jessica Lippett-Adams / Skier - Hayden Lapointe / Horse - Twister ... 00.18.01

Open Division
1. Rider - Savannah McCarthy / Skier - Bruce Stott / Horse - Shrek ... 00.15.12
2. Rider - Savannah McCarthy / Skier - Bruce Stott / Horse - Tank ... 00.15.42
3. Rider - Jeff Dahl / Skier - Pavel Trnka / Horse - Red Lodge ... 00.15.58

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