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The Faction Collective Presents: Ruka

TFCP: Ruka Teaser 

As winter brightens into summer, the spring days in Ruka just get longer and longer. Away from the end-of-season crowds at other parks around the world, Antti Ollila welcomes Alex Hall and Markus Fohr to his stomping ground and together, the crew see the season out in style. Keeping the session alive and the bangers rolling well into the final rays of Finland’s long spring days. 

Full Episode Available: factionskis.com

Starring: Alex Hall, Antti Ollila, Markus Fohr

Direction & Cinematography: Etienne Mérel

Edited by: Etienne Mérel

Filmed on location: Ruka, Finland

Special Thanks: Ruka Ski Resort

Skis: https://factionskis.com/collections/s...https://www.factionskis.com

Soundtrack: "Topdown" performed by Channel Tres

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