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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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These Austrian Freeriders Reinvent the Ski Edit
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These Austrian Freeriders Reinvent the Ski Edit

These Austrian Freeriders Reinvent the Ski Edit

Sometimes all it takes is a little imagination. When three Austrian freeriders tested out their new tent, some pretty weird stuff happened. Not really sure where the football game came from, but the lines they climb and ski are nothing short of breathtaking. Check out that slot couloir at the 5:50 mark, as well as literally everything else that follows. Stoked to see some more edits from these guys in the future!

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Sammy Carlson Takes His Talents To The Quiksilver Global Team
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Sammy Carlson Takes His Talents To The Quiksilver Global Team

Sammy Carlson Takes His Talents To The Quiksilver Global Team

Sammy Carlson first gained international acclaim for his success early in his career, winning an X Games Slopestyle Gold Medal and then shocking the world by stomping a switch triple rodeo 1260 in 2010. Since then he's taken his inimitable style and deep bag of tricks to the backcountry and has changed the face of the sport.  In his latest career move, the 29-year-old Oregon native becomes the lone skier on the Quiksilver Global Snow Team, joining legends Travis Rice, Bryan Fox and Mat

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Lucas Wachs Had An All-Time Early Season In Pacific Northwest
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Lucas Wachs Had An All-Time Early Season In Pacific Northwest

Lucas Wachs Had An All-Time Early Season In Pacific Northwest

While most of the West has been experiencing a drought this winter, with Colorado and Utah experiencing record low snow totals, the Pacific Northwest has been right on track. And Bend, Oregon native Lucas Wachs has been a loving it, shredding the ultra-playful and flowy natural terrain park that is Mt. Bachelor.  Take a look through the eyes of Wachs as he sent, schmeared and slashed everything in his path this past November and December.