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Jeremy Nobis Harvest Segment (1997)-Blast From The Past Episode 11

This week's Blast From The Past web series finds Jeremy Nobis in Alaska filming for Harvest. The clip from 1997 shows Nobis absolutely shredding steep spines in AK on cambered straight skis. Nobis may still be one of the best in the business. TGR's Blast From The Past web series will take you back in time to revisit some of our favorite film segments from 15 years of actions sports filmmaking. From shredding Alaska spines set to Metallica to surfing El Salvador's endless beaches, Blast From The Past is your one stop for TGR's greatest film segments.Click Here To Get Old School And Rip In Blast From The Past

From The Series: Blast From The Past

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Video: Learn How to Ski with Maine Bro Donny Pelletier
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Video: Learn How to Ski with Maine Bro Donny Pelletier

Video: Learn How to Ski with Maine Bro Donny Pelletier

Donny Pelletier, one of Maine's most prolific skiers, is back in his homeland. After spending the winter cruising around North America complaining about how nowhere can compare to Sugarloaf or Sunday River, he has made his grand return. RELATED: Maine Water Ramp Bro Takes Whistler Ever a kind and generous soul, Donny has even deigned to take on an apprentice—Keith Carson, by name. While it's not the same as an in-person lesson, you too can feel like Donny's protege while watching this video.

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Andri Ragettli’s Version of Multisporting Looks A lot Like Candide
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Andri Ragettli’s Version of Multisporting Looks A lot Like Candide

Andri Ragettli’s Version of Multisporting Looks A lot Like Candide

When winter starts to fade, our minds start to shift from snow to dirt. Freeskier Andri Ragettli and friends were having similar thoughts, it seems. As spring took hold of Laax, Switzerland, Ragettli teamed up with his brother Gian to get one last lap in on the mountain before heading down low to shred some singletrack. Of course, when you see the name Ragettli, it means creative tricks off big features all over the mountain, just like the master Candide himself. Maybe they should link up?

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How the WSSF Celebrates the Spirit of Whistler
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How the WSSF Celebrates the Spirit of Whistler

How the WSSF Celebrates the Spirit of Whistler

It’s hard to describe Whistler’s World Ski and Snowboard Festival (WSSF). Competition venues are extremely diverse. One day athletes are going head to head on Big Air jumps and the next it’s a sketchy couloir converted into a proper GS course. And the fun doesn’t end when the sun goes down. Every night there’s something going on, whether it be a concert, art show, or short film competition. This variety has always been a core principle of the WSSF, which aims to create a space to