We're used to seeing Lalo Rambaud throwing down on the Freeride Junior Tour, but this is a welcome departure from the norm. Rambaud ditches his long, fat freeride skis for a pair of short and thin slalom sticks, and proceeds to hit many of La Clusaz's classic features. He might not overshadow the Candide edits that made the features famous, but he's 17 and using skis intended to never leave an icy racecourse.
A few creative Youtube commentators have speculated that a race with integrated freestyle features could be entertaining. In this hypothetical race discipline, trick scores would be deducted from racers' times, similar to Speed and Style in biking. On one hand, this could introduce a new element of strategy; allowing competitors to choose between focusing on raw speed or more/bigger tricks. On the other hand, it sounds super dangerous, and there's no way FIS would go for it. Who knows, though... Maybe in 20 years freeride racing will be in the Olympics.