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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
But a Welsh in-line skater who practices on a trampoline in his back garden, who skied for the first time last year aged 21, is the new British big air champion.....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/other_sports/skiing/3566621.stm

Report from Les 2 Alpes
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
You don't exactly need a lot of skiing skills though when the whole point of the event is to do twirly stuff in mid air.
I'll watch anything snow sport related on the telly but I still don't really get the point of the big air comp, the other new stuff like skier cross i understand (and fancy having a crack at) but big air just looks like any other gymnastic event but on a different media.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
FenlandSkier, Stand on the top of a big air kicker and then add 25'. I require a diaper just to look over the edge! these guys are sometimes dropping 60' total and adding rotation in 3 axis. Serious stones man, and a valid snowsport. And if you think there's no ski skill involved, just try riding up to the lip in a way that will allow you to launch with control. Smile
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I didn't say no ski skill, I said not a lot. I'd liken it to a high jumper not needing to be that much of a runner.

I'd imagine his other skills would also translate well to the half pipe.
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FenlandSkier wrote:
I didn't say no ski skill, I said not a lot. I'd liken it to a high jumper not needing to be that much of a runner.

I'd imagine his other skills would also translate well to the half pipe.


Hmm yes no "Ski Skill"... never mind taking off... try landing it and then sking off without looking like you've just pooped yerself.

But yeah.... not really into the big air stuff.... now a competition seeing who can roll the biggest doobie while sat mid piste and stroking ones goatee in the most stylish fashion.... now theres a competiton

DUUUUUUDE!!!!!!
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Oisin Osh Kelly, with you, though, no competition, eh wot? Wink
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ssh Yah got me pegged in one Wink

no actually I am an intellectual.. no.. really... honest.. oh come on guy's gimme a break here... don't stereotipify me!

*readjusts baggy troosers and sparks up spliff*
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Actually Oisin is one of those rare "pin-striped" boarders and can often be seen arriving at the slope wearing a bowler, carrying an umbrella and holding a copy of the Telegraph under one arm.
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