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Tim Durtschi Stomps Pillows in BC - Behind The Line: Season 6 Episode 8

In this episode of Teton Gravity Research’s “Behind the Line”, Tim Durtschi explores the Kootenays of British Columbia. Rather than applying his skills to man-made features, he turns the entire mountain into his canvas. After identifying a zone riddled with spines, Durtschi carefully studies the entrance to it. Despite having to drop into his line from a cornice and land on a narrow perch, he embraces the descent—a line that he considers to be one of the most challenging he skied last winter.

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.

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From The Series: Behind The Line

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​Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Johnny Collinson
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​Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Johnny Collinson

​Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Johnny Collinson

John Collinson has been around the block when it comes to his big mountain career, and this year was yet another chapter in the life of the Wasatch-based skiing icon, joining his close friends on the trip of a lifetime in Alaska. The North Face, Red Bull, and Völkl ripper teamed up with Griffin Post, Elyse Saugstad and Caite Zeliff to hunt for elusive beachfront spines in Seward before chasing snow further north into the mountains outside of Talkeetna. Dealing with injuries over the past

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​VIDEO: Tatum Monod Returns in Passage
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​VIDEO: Tatum Monod Returns in Passage

​VIDEO: Tatum Monod Returns in Passage

Early in her career, Tatum Monod established herself as a dominant force in freeskiing before injuries and burnout almost saw it come to a screeching halt. Coming from a family deeply rooted in the sport, that was a tough pill to swallow, but when she started working on her first sort film , she felt a renewed energy to her skiing. Shot throughout the Canadian Rockies and BC’s Coast Mountains, the film traces the highs and lows of her career, her relationship with her family and highlights

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VIDEO: Mason Ho Shares His Worst Wipeouts of the Year
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VIDEO: Mason Ho Shares His Worst Wipeouts of the Year

VIDEO: Mason Ho Shares His Worst Wipeouts of the Year

Carnage...sometimes you just can't look away. That's definitely the case here with Mason Ho's worst wipeouts of the last few years. Collected from all over the world, some of these are really bad. Surprisingly, the worst ones aren't even related to riding massive walls of water. Sometimes the smaller barrels can bite too, especially if there's a razor-sharp reef below.