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18-year-old Alex Hall is on a fast track to skiing domination

It seems like Alex Hall went everywhere last winter. In his 2015-16 season edit, the 18-year-old shreds all over the world, hitting everything from park jibs to backcountry booters to urban features, stomping trick after trick after trick.

The kid is on fire. Most recently, he came in third at the inaugural Sosh Big Air event in Annecy, France, right behind Henrik Harlaut and Fabian Bösch—both Olympians and X Games competitors. Earlier this summer, he took home gold at the Thredbo Resort’s One Hit Wonder event, landing the first-ever switch triple cork 1800. And these accolades are only the tip of Hall’s ever-growing iceberg of accomplishments. With Olympic qualifiers starting to take place this season, he’ll surely be a skier to keep an eye on.


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Related: Pre-season park skiing is already going off in Norway, as showcased by Øystein Bråten and co.

Instagrams from A-Hall

Mobbing @perisher_parks with the @theslvsh crew. // 📸: @b0ckmeister

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Only tried this trick a couple times… // 📸: @anttiollila #nosestalltofrontflip #flow

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