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Trick Tip: Tom Wallisch dishes on how to develop your own signature style

There’s just two days left to enter the halfpipe portion of The North Face Park and Pipe Open Series virtual competition. For those of you that have not submitted yet, Tom Wallisch is here to motivate you (as if the $50,000 in prizes wasn’t enough). Above, you’ll find the latest video from the PPOS folks, where T-Wall explains what it takes to develop your own signature style. Best of luck to all of the competitors this year, and may the best man, and woman, win!

For more information about the 2016 Park and Pipe Open event, see the press release below.

Press Release:

As the first of three deadlines for The North Face Park and Pipe Open Series (PPOS) Virtual Competition approaches the competition roster is stacking up with with some familiar names. February 18 marks the last day for halfpipe skiers to register and submit videos for the competition. Voting on halfpipe videos will be open Feb. 19-25 with halfpipe winners announced March 1. The next competition deadline will be for the big air category Feb. 25 followed by slopestyle on March 3. Please see the complete competition calendar below for more detail.

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Notably, a number of familiar names are filling up the roster. Defending 2015 halfpipe champion Kyle Smaine has registered to compete again with 2015 halfpipe second place finisher Broby Leeds hot on his tail. In the women’s competition, Allison Welsh is also returning in an attempt to clinch the first place halfpipe position again. Registration is currently open on TheNorthFacePPOS.com. Athletes can continue to register for each discipline through the final video submission dates.

Since 2010, The North Face Park and Pipe Open Series has provided a valuable platform for amateur athletes hoping to reach the elite competition level. The new PPOS Virtual Competition is designed to provide that same opportunity to freeskiers everywhere by filming their park and pipe runs at any local mountain, hill or ski area in North America. PPOS is supported in partnership with The North Face, Clif Bar, Rossignol, LOOK, GoPro, NewSchoolers.com, and Freeskier and Forecast magazines.

For athlete or registration information visit www.thenorthfaceppos.com or contact Courtney Leonard, MSI Athlete Marketing Manager at [email protected] or (801) 349-4616.

Related: Aaron Blunck gives pointers on developing a unique style in the halfpipe

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