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And in the last few seconds, I thought the guy on the left was a stormtrooper..
On April 11, 2008 Simon Dumont set the current world QP height record at Sunday River in Bethel, Maine. He aired 35.5 feet out of a 38-foot QP, while performing a cork 900 tail grab. Previous attempts earlier in the week had resulted in Dumont falling 55 feet after hitting an over-vert section of the quarter-pipe. The quarter pipe was built by Snow Park Technologies and funded by Jared Livingston and Dominic Hul.
I stand corrected.
"Just go watch the winter x-games if you want to see scary stuff."
That skier is simon dumont. He did the big air contest at the x games and did an olson flip 1080, then he did a double front flip. Maybe next time you should figure out what ure talking about before you open your mouth
I couldn`t agree more man. I don`t see why this should be so awesome...I`ve done more exiting things on Teh snowboard myself.
Case in point, saw a skier hit a sizeable jump a couple weeks ago. Leaned too far back and had his tips way out in front of him. Landed square on his back, binding blew out on his left ski, and the patrol had to come in and put him on a backboard. I never heard the exact injury, but it had to have been a broken back at least.
That`s why I have a lot of respect for guys and gals who go for big air. Seriously putting their lives at risk.