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Mikaela Shiffrin

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Mikaela Shiffrin hails from Vail, Colorado and is now a standout American alpine skier. She made a name for herself with a spectacular breakthrough in front of a home crowd, finishing eighth in just her second World Cup slalom start. Shiffrin began turning heads almost instantly when she finished in the top 15 of her first two NorAm Cup races. But the heads started spinning when she won a super combined in British Colombia two weeks later and transferred that momentum into a NorAm title and two World Cup starts as a first year J3. U.S. Ski Team World Cup coaches got a glimpse of her skiing at the Aspen Winternational, where she was a forerunner for the annual Thanksgiving...

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  • Second Episode of Andreas Fransson's Adventure Through the Lyngen Alps Goes Live

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    Scaling more treacherous terrain and emerging upon stunning, untouched scenes throughout the Lyngen Alps on the northern Norwegian coastline, Andreas Fransson and Morgan Salen continue their three-week adventure in the second episode of their three-episode web series.

  • Andreas Fransson and Crew's Lyngen Descents Web Series

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    An experience that most would deem absolutely frightening, was one which elicited smiles and laughs from Andreas Fransson and his friend, Morgan Sahlén. In Andreas’ words: “Last spring the Salén brothers and myself went to the Lyngen Alps in the north of Norway for three weeks of ski touring and ski mountaineering. We were extremely lucky with the conditions and even though we had to turn around a lot, we managed to pull off six first descents and experience the magic of this amazing place among friends.”

  • Henrik Harlaut Wins Big Air at Freestyle.ch Zurich; Oakley Riders Sweep Podium

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    Performance boundaries: they seem to have been forgotten in Big Air skiing. Take this past weekend’s Freestyle.ch in Zurich, Switzerland and compare what was being done with what was happening a decade or even just five years ago. That rapid evolution: absurd. And yet, there was Henrik Harlaut soaring and pulling off his patented nose-butter double 12 for a score of 95.75 to take first place. And he was in good company, joined on the podium by fellow Oakley team riders Kai Mahler (second, 95.5) and Phil Casabon (third, 91.25).

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