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Watch Jackie Paaso and Eva Walkner’s Film: Evolution of Dreams

There comes a point in every professional athlete's career in which they must make a transition. Retirement, rehabbing an injury, or embarking on a new path can often feel to many as an ending. For skiers Jackie Paaso and Eva Walkner, transition signifies an evolution. Throughout the course of their careers, they've been constantly evolving. The two freeride world tour competitors both came from unconventional backgrounds, Paaso a mogul skier and Walkner a ski racer, but they didn't let that keep from competing on the world stage of freeskiing. Their latest film, Evolution of Dreams follows their journey from regulated ski competitions to the freedom of big mountain skiing, and the many highs and lows they experienced along the way. It's an honest look at success, failure, and chasing dreams juxtaposed with some pretty tantalizing steep skiing in the alps. 

RELATED: Jackie Paaso Opens Up about her Career on the FWT

 Walkner and Paaso's next evolution? Ski mountaineering. Hans-Martin Kudlinski Photo.

Walkner isn't afraid to get into the gnar. Hans-Martin Kudlinski Photo.

On this page, they try to share the details of Jackie Paaso and Eva Walkner. The effort they have taken is visible here. The way they have arthritis and rheumatology done is appreciable. Their transition signifies an evolution. Their story can be guidance for some people.

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Watch the Official Trailer For North Country
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Watch the Official Trailer For North Country

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100-year businesses don't exist. The retail industry is dead. In the rugged White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, neither of those statements are true. North America’s oldest ski shop, Lahout’s, has remained open 365 days a year since 1920. While e-commerce and conglomerates have stripped the country of local, independent retailers, a family of Lebanese immigrants have prevailed for a century, beating the Great Depression, World War II, the Dot Com Crash and the Great Recession. RELATED:

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This Ski Film Celebrates The Dreams That Pull Us into the Mountains
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YETI’s isn’t your normal ski film. In fact, there’s actually not a single shot of actual skiing in it. But for anyone who’s ever been on a ski expedition, or planned on, or even dreamt about going on one, you’ll recognize the power of the unknown. One little thought can lead to a photo, which will lead to a storm of ideas that can eventually culminate in the experience of a lifetime. RELATED: The Athlete Edits - Karl Fostvedt Of course, as anyone who’s ever been on a ski expedition, planned

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Made in Voyage Is The Indie Ski Film We All Need To Watch Right Now
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Made in Voyage Is The Indie Ski Film We All Need To Watch Right Now

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Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of the important things in life. And when life revolves around skiing, we tend to get caught up in it and can forget what it's all about. More than anything, skiing is meant to be fun. And that’s exactly what the new short film chronicling the adventures of skiers Cody Cirillo and Kellyn Wilson’s 1962 school bus nicknamed the Honey House Bus. It’s a real Wes Anderson-y flick, just with a lot more snow. To watch the full film, sign up for the digital tour