Looking for a recap of last week’s greatest Internet happenings? Never fear, team FREESKIER is here. From last week’s best ski videos, to the most hilarious and entertaining vids to storm the inter-web, we’ve compiled a list of Grade A content for your viewing pleasure. Peep the vids below, and tune in every Monday to catch the previous week’s top highlights.
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Big-mountain beast Michelle Parker took on the spines of Alaska with MSP Films last season. The goal? Create magical footage for MSP’s 2015 film Fade to Winter, dominate some burly terrain, and have loads of fun. It’s safe to say that they accomplished the task at hand. Enjoy Parker’s footage, as seen in the flick, above.
Here’s 2:50 of ABM, Vinny Ca$h and Noah Albaladejo annihilating Mammoth Mountain earlier this season. Take notes, park skiers. These dudes are at the top of their game.
French skier Flo Bastien recently graced the cover of FREESKIER Magazine vol. 18.4. Last year, the two-plank ripper, hailing from Tignes, stacked an array of juicy footage for all of us to enjoy. Above, you’ll find three minutes of highlights. From the trees, to heavy cliffs and beyond, Bastien knows how to get it done in style.
Jeremy Pancras x Level 1. Enough said. Watch immediately.
The best from around the web
I’ll be the first person to admit that I’m not a very big basketball fan. Why? Well, it occurs during ski season, that’s why. Anyway, I know enough to point out a good player when I see one, and this 10-year-old is a freak-of-nature when it comes to basketball. Watch young Noah Cutler dribble up a storm and put on his best Steph Curry-esque show. Also, keep your eyes peeled for this kid in ten years when he’s in the NBA, and remember where you heard his name first.
This hoverboard thing just needs to end. I saw this accident coming from a mile away. “Person on hoverboard next to a pool.” Of course she was going to bail and the thing was going to launch into the deep end. What I didn’t expect was for the crazed gal to slither right in after it. It’s clear that she would go to the depths of the earth (pool) for the contraption.
“About five years ago, I was in the backyard, entertaining a friend with my hands…”
Put yourself in this situation. Would you let your competitor know that they should challenge a play? Or would you take the point and run like the wind?
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