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Angel Collinson Annihilates Alaska: The Rowdiest Women’s Skiing Segment To Date?

Angel Collinson, the female skier who was honored this September with the award for the Best Female Freeride Performance at the Intern­ational Freeskiing Film Festival (iF3), linked together a segment that is being called one of the best female skiing segments ever. 

Related: Angel Collinson's Full Segment from Almost Ablaze

Last year she opened TGR's film "Almost Ablaze" and took home the Best Female Performance from Powder Magazine. "This year, she closed the film and emphatically put to rest any speculation that last year was a fluke", said Powder Magazine's Editor at Large, Matt Hansen. "Her fast aggressive style certainly continues that long-held TGR tradition."

Watch Angel lay down some the best women's skiing to date, in all-time conditions, in the best terrain in the world.

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Paradise Waits is currently on a worldwide film tour. Click here for a list of film screenings: https://www.tetongravity.com/films/paradise-waits/tour

Jeebus, Angel rips!!!!!

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