Stefan Kraft flew 253.5 meters to claim a new world record this past week. The 23-year-old Austrian native flew for almost ten seconds, which is incomprehensible to someone like myself who can only hit mini-park jumps. If you want to see a freestyle take on speed flying, check out TGR's own Sammy Carlson launch himself off a similar jump backward.
If for whatever reason skiing doesn't work out for him (though it sure looks like it will!), Andri Ragettli might want to pursue a career in Parkour. His pre-season workout involves a whole lot of creativity and athletic prowess, and most of those moves look like they translate to snow in one way or another. Who else wants to set up a course like this at their gym?
Henrik Harlaut needs no introduction. The Swedish skier, famous for his outspoken and unique style and take on the sport, just dropped a trailer for a two-year film project with STEPT Studios: . A look inside what it takes to be both on top of the competition world and the filming world, this one will definitely not disappoint. In his words: “I just want to make sure that 12-year-old little Henrik is happy with 26-year-old Henrik.” The film premiered at High Fives Festival last weekend, and
In the past 20 years, backcountry skiing has evolved dramatically. For skier Michelle Parker who’s been dedicated to freeskiing since the age of 15, she’s witnessed that evolution throughout the course of her career. Now at the age of 31, she still feels like the only limit is her imagination. Her new web series, Originate, will follow her development as a skier as well as many constantly changing backcountry zones: Japan, British Columbia, and Alaska. Meanwhile, she’s joined by a few