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The Anatomy of a Mt. Hood Booter Session - Wild Child Episode 2

Sammy Carlson's travels have taken him to every corner of the world. Many of his globetrotter exploits can be seen in The Sammy C Project, which premieres this Friday in Portland, Oregon at the Roseland Theater.

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There is one place in the ski world that Carlson does call home. This is the white faces of Mt. Hood. The X-Games gold medalist uses this landscape as an endless blank canvas on which his skiing paints a compelling masterpiece. In episode 2 of Wild Child learn about the anatomy of a booter session on this storied mountain and how nothing stops Sammy from getting the shot. 

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