Sammy Carlson and Tim Humphreys get their tree jib on at Mt. Hood while filming for the #theSammyCProject. Premiering November 20th at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon.
Editor's Note: This is the first installment of a ten part mini webseries leading up to the Sammy C Project premier.
Slovakian World Cup skier Andreas Zampa took an unlikely route to the lead at Adelboden on Sunday. Ignoring the conventional wisdom which dictates that staying upright on your skis is the best way to end a race, he took a fall right before the finish and slid over the line on his side. Related: The Freeride World Tour Kicks Off in Hakuba This Week Despite crashing, he took the lead with that run, but did not manage to finish his second, unfortunately preventing him from reaping the
“It’s a bit exposed,” says Jacob Wester casually as he stares down a knife like edge on the Forbes Arete of the Aiguille de Chardonnet in Chamonix. A bit? While that’s a complete understatement for the majority of us, skier Jacob Wester has become fairly accustomed to skiing extreme faces and steep couloirs. RELATED: This French Heli Pilot Does Next-Level Toe In Wester wasn’t always a big mountain skier, in fact, ten years ago he’d never imagined himself climbing with crampons and
For director Clayton Vila, the relationship with Teton Gravity Research has always been a collaborative experience. Unique within action sports filmmaking, Clayton often creates two different cuts from the same TGR segment. One seamlessly aligns with TGR’s snow film, and in his director’s cut, Vila has complete artistic freedom. In fact, before he even stepped behind the lens for Crested Butte segment, Vila was given considerable creative control. The prompt was pretty open-ended with