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Henrik Harlaut Wins Oslo X Games Big Air With Switch “Orbital” 1440

Henrik Harlaut just won the Oslo X Games Ski Big Air with this ridiculous and wildly funky trick, which announcer Luke Van Valin called a switch "orbital" 1440, as Harlaut wobbles off-axis for four rotations in a row.

RELATED: Ayumu Hirano wins X Games Oslo halfpipe with cab double cork 1440

Harlaut's cab 14 won the judges over with big air time and a non-stop grab Henrik barely let go of before stomping his landing.

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Bear Goes for a Morning Swim in Lake Tahoe
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Bear Goes for a Morning Swim in Lake Tahoe

Bear Goes for a Morning Swim in Lake Tahoe

At first glance, this dark blob swimming around in Lake Tahoe looks like a dog. Think again: it’s a black bear, even though it has excellent dog-paddling form. Turns out Smokey went for a little morning dip before the lake got too busy. You can’t really blame him, the lake is so beautiful one can’t help but jump in. RELATED: Sexy Outdoors-Themed Halloween Costumes 101

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Video: Lalo Rambaud Goes Freeriding on Slalom Skis
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Video: Lalo Rambaud Goes Freeriding on Slalom Skis

Video: Lalo Rambaud Goes Freeriding on Slalom Skis

We're used to seeing Lalo Rambaud throwing down on the Freeride Junior Tour, but this is a welcome departure from the norm. Rambaud ditches his long, fat freeride skis for a pair of short and thin slalom sticks, and proceeds to hit many of La Clusaz's classic features. He might not overshadow the Candide edits that made the features famous, but he's 17 and using skis intended to never leave an icy racecourse.  RELATED: Get Tickets to See TGR's on Tour A few creative Youtube commentators have

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The Fifty Ep. 15+16: Two Fourteeners in Two Days
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The Fifty Ep. 15+16: Two Fourteeners in Two Days

The Fifty Ep. 15+16: Two Fourteeners in Two Days

Climbing and skiing a fourteener is no mean accomplishment, generally requiring a long approach and steep ascent. Doing it twice in two days is just silly. However, Cody Townsend is nothing if not silly, so we shouldn't be surprised that he tried it.  RELATED: The Fifty Ep. 14 - Cody Shralps the Middle Teton Almost there, bud. @bjarnesalen photo. This most recent installment of The Fifty features Cody, Bjarne, and friends Pete Gaston, Anton Sponar and Greg Strokes taking on North Maroon Peak