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What Angel Collinson Was Thinking When She Tumbled Down A Couloir

Despite having one of the most standout film performances of any female skier in history in 2016, Angel Collinson was no stranger to gnarly falls.

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In a dark couloir Angel was skiing in Alaska, the snow suddenly took a turn for the worse, sending Angel right onto her back and straight into a massive tumble. Being the badass that she is, she came out unscathed, but nonetheless has some great lessons to share with all of us about why things went wrong as part of her Defend My Line talk, an annual tradition at the International Pro Riders' Workshop that also included Ian McIntosh and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa.

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