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Dangershark - Behind The Line: Season 6 Episode 6

Deep in the Neacola Mountains of Alaska, Todd Ligare, Ian McIntosh, and Angel Collinson discover a tempting line that calls for airing over two crazy crevasses. Towering over 3,000 vertical feet, this face already offers ample challenge. And for Ligare, a sketchy fall makes for quite the scare. Way Of Life’s Behind the Line is a series that takes you into the minds of the TGR athletes. Each episode features a unique line, jump, or session as athletes take a look back and discuss the moment. The series gives you an in depth look Behind The Line of these incredible film moments.For a full film of crazy lines, check out Way Of LifeMore Behind The Line episodes hereDrop in with TGRFacebookInstagramYouTubeTwitter

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Video: Parkin Costain Chops Through Alaskan Spines
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Video: Parkin Costain Chops Through Alaskan Spines

Video: Parkin Costain Chops Through Alaskan Spines

Professional big mountain skier and axe thrower, Parkin Costain, just dropped a new edit from Haines, Alaska. Chopping through spines left and right, Costain handles his own in the AK terrain like a seasoned veteran. Remember guys, he’s only 19. It’s no wonder that he had no problem keeping up with Tim Durtschi and Colter Hinchliffe in this year’s segment in Terrace, British Columbia. Related: Free Range - The Costains Our only critique is there’s not enough chainsaw. Next video let’s

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Video: Real Skifi is Still The Weirdest Crew on Skis
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Video: Real Skifi is Still The Weirdest Crew on Skis

Video: Real Skifi is Still The Weirdest Crew on Skis

Rollerblades, skate parks, high dives: the Real Skifi crew has it all. Well, everything except snow. Like most of us out there, they too are still waiting for the white stuff to fall. But that does not seem to faze them one bit, given that they’ve singlehandedly carved out a niche in ski film production that includes some of the most creative urban (or is it suburban) skiing we’ve seen.  RELATED: Real Skifi Tries 21 Tricks on the Same Rail Their latest episode is short, sweet, and to the

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Video: Kai Jones Sends A Backflip To Outer Space
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Video: Kai Jones Sends A Backflip To Outer Space

Video: Kai Jones Sends A Backflip To Outer Space

After winning last year’s Junior Freeride Championships at Snowbird, Kai Jones wanted to celebrate, and what better way to do that than with a massive backflip off a windlip? The 11-year-old shredder took home the title as the best young freeskier in North America, and this clip makes it pretty clear as to why. Check out his full segment from #TGRfarout: