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VIDEO: Watch Finn Bilous’ Season Edit ‘Growing Pains’

Finn Bilous and his brother Hank aren't household names in the world of freeskiing quite yet, but they're well on their way. Finn placed second in the 2019 SLVSH Cup Grandvalira, and has been putting down solid runs at freestyle comps around the world. Hank is more of a freerider, and ended up fifth overall in the unfortunately abbreviated Freeride World Tour 2020.

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It's clear from this edit that Finn is comfortable in both the park and backcountry, and after a solid performance on the Freeride World Qualifier we wouldn't be surprised to see him follow in his older brother's postholes.

Skiing is a great competitive winter sport in which participants must travel on skis. ski jumping is the act of performing a jump on skis from a high ramp overhanging a snow-covered slope. This Finn Bilous’ Growing Pains is really exciting to watch.  Is CBD Oil Legal

his performance was solid, he was killing it like an exterminator

Totally cleaning up out there, Just crazy good!

Finn is amazing both in park and back country. His competitive edge is second to none, and is the reason her will be overly successful. In the previous run I seen they need to do some Tree Removal to avoid slow down on run. However, this still did slow him down.

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Check Out Red Bull’s Full Film About the K2 Ski Descent
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Exactly two years ago, on July 22, 2018, Polish ski mountaineer Andrzej Bargiel made history by becoming the first person to ski off the summit of K2. We’ve seen photos and short video clips from the adventure, but we’ve had to wait until today to finally see the full film and story of the first descent. It took Bargiel over 60 hours of solo climbing to reach the summit (sans supplemental oxygen) before he clicked into his skis and linked turns the whole way down. The feat put him on the map

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Last winter, a new ski brand joined the fray with a special trick up their sleeve. WNDR Alpine was making high-performing, really fun backcountry skis using a totally new technology: algae-based composite cores. We got a chance to sit down with founder Matt Sterbenz (who you might remember being behind 4FRNT) last fall to learn about the technology in their original ski the Intention 110, and you can read more about that here. WNDR Alpine just released their second ski, the Vital 100, and

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VIDEO: Hotlaps at Mt. Hood with Skiing’s Finest
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After a few months of severely limited skiing opportunities, it's no surprise that professional American freeskiers descended en masse on Mt. Hood's newly-reopened terrain park during July. The star-studded list of attendees included (but was not limited to) Torin Yater-Wallace, Quinn Wolferman, Tom Wallisch, Colby Stevenson, Birk Irving, Trevor Kennison, Cody Wilder Ray, and Cody LaPlante. RELATED: Rail God Dan Hanka Shreds Zermatt Holding a GoPro and skiing very, very close behind them was