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Big tricks and massive cliffs in Xander Guldman’s season recap

Xander Guldman is losing his mind—or at least he appears to be upon watching his 2015-16 season edit. The 17-year-old Tahoe native just had an awesome season ripping the Freeride Junior Tour to pieces (including a third place at the World Championships at Andorra’s Grandvalira Ski Resort) and we’re glad to see that he was able to stack so much impressive footage along the way.

He skis fast, he goes big and we can’t wait to see where the years ahead take him because surely it’ll be somewhere great.

Notable Xandergrams:

I love all of you. The past seven years of my life have been amazing. Not many people get to travel around North America, and even the world, skiing in beautiful places with beautiful people, especially in high school. This sport has helped me grow in so many ways, and I would not be the person that I am today if it weren't for big mountain skiing. After learning that I had torn my meniscus, I was skeptical about my ability to finish my junior skiing career on a high note, but every person that I saw in whistler greeted me with kindness and showed me that I could not only take my last two runs as a junior, but have fun while doing it. Winning the Jim Jack mayor of Freeride award means the world to me, and words really can't express how grateful I am for the love that this community has given me. Getting second place on the weekend and the overall right behind @samkuch_ was just icing on the cake. Thanks to my sponsors @smithoptics @atomicski @thenorthface #BlueZoneSports for all the support that you've given me over the years, thank you to my coaches, thank you to my wonderful family, thank you to my friends, and thank you to every single one of you who make this sport what it is. PC: @chris1089

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So grateful to have been given the opportunity to ski and film around squaw over the past two days with @c0nnery, @bossrosstester @scottgaffski, @matt.bansak.photography @codytownsend and @mspfilms. I still can't believe that this actually happened. This has been a dream of mine since I first watched Seven Sunny Days, and cruising around with this rad group of people has brought this dream to life in the best way possible. HUGE thank you to everyone who made this possible, hopefully there's some more of this in my future! Thanks @matt.bansak.photography for taking photos the whole way through and capturing some incredible moments like this one in Pony Express. @smithoptics @atomicski @thenorthface #bluezonesports

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