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Tim Durtschi Demonstrates Unorthodox “Snowpony” Techniques

Sometimes, with the pressure involved with shooting segments in faraway places of the world, our athletes can forget why they came out there in the first place: to have fun and enjoy the incredible feeling sliding on snow gives. Well, not Tim Durtschi, who can find the humor in anything and has more than his fair share of moments creatively goofing off in the backcountry. Check out the next episode of Rogue Beings, an inside look at the amazing athletes behind our film Rogue Elements

Rogue Beings is presented by REI. 

From The Series: Rogue Beings

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Lindsey Vonn Says She’s Competing For America, Not Trump, In Olympics
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Lindsey Vonn Says She’s Competing For America, Not Trump, In Olympics

Lindsey Vonn Says She’s Competing For America, Not Trump, In Olympics

On Thursday, in an interview with CNN, Lindsey Vonn voiced her displeasure with the current U.S. administration and made it clear that she will turn down the traditional invitation to visit the White House U.S. Olympians receive following the 2018 Winter Olympics.  Lindsey Vonn made her stance on President Donald Trump and his administration clear today in St. Mortiz, Switzerland, where she's competing in a World Cup event to qualify for her second Olympics. "I hope to represent the

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Salomon Dissects The Art Of The Perfect Turn In Val d’isere
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Salomon Dissects The Art Of The Perfect Turn In Val d’isere

Salomon Dissects The Art Of The Perfect Turn In Val d’isere

With so much focus in skiing these days being put on what happens when your skis leave the ground, the sensation of the perfect turn has taken a backseat. The turn has been trending lately in snowboarding, with the reemergence of carving boards, and dragging some knuckle, but what about skiing? Salomon brings together three generations of ski racers, a legend (Gunther Mader), a champion (Luca Aerni), and a rising star (Paco Rassat) to dissect the sensation of the perfect turn. Feast your eyes

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Johnny Collinson Puts His Body On The Line
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Johnny Collinson Puts His Body On The Line

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  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