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Johnny Collinson Puts His Body On The Line

To put together a banger ski edit, sometimes you have to put your body on the line and go through a bit of (painful) trial and error. Nobody embodies the willingness to experiment more so than TGR's own Johnny Collinson.

Check out Collinson's segment from Teton Gravity Research's new film Rogue Elements and marvel at how the 25-year-old Utah native absorbs heavy spills as if his body was made of rubber and keeps coming back for more. The end result of all those beatings? A typically brilliant Collinson segment filled with stylish airs and sketchy big mountain lines.

For more from Collinson and the TGR crew, download your copy of Rogue Elements, presented by REI.

This is one of the best articles I have come across. Keep up the good work. Popcorn Time Apk

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