Riders in this news : OLA REIDAR
its been a while since I post my last update, so here is a new one.
I got 14 days in Switzerland in january which has been great! I got 1 week in Andermatt, and the next week in St Moritz. I hooked up with some good norwegian friends (Helge Berg Enitch + more) and a german Marc Hartinger. We shreded some deep deep amazing pulver Schnee. I got no video clips from there, we actually forgot to set the camera on rec. But sometimes its better to have the good memories printed in the brain, than in a video. Skiing, and having a great time with good friends I feel more important. When the snow is that good you just want ski all day long until your legs and body says stop.
We took some pictures with German photografers, Peter Lintner and Michael Neumann and we got some good shots, but it was hard to find untracked lines.
Here in Sogndal the snow has`nt been that good. The weather are changing all the time, and messing with the snow, but skiing is allways fun. We made us some gun-runs in the local skiresort. Here is a little slowmotion videolink from the resort with me and Ivar Løvik, hope the link works
Me and Helge Berg Enitch made this vidoclip for some weeks ago. Its a old gun-run in Hemsedal, its so fun!!
Riders in this news : Sam FAVRET
The first first episod of Wild and soul is arrived. Sam Favret and his team take lot of fun in the Alps. Between Chamonix and Italy, the team search the good conditions to film.
Great days of fun in the mountains with friends is the deal!
Take a team of Canadian riders, an historic resort, add to it the “Dark Lord” of French ski cross and Snowlegend guides, sprinkle it all with powder and cheerfulness: you’ll get the result of the competition on line this winter!
Five montrealers have won the 1st prize of the web contest « Your Freeride Crew ». As a reminder, the participants were invited to create their own virtual crew on our Facebook page. This is the Canadian crew title (not without humor) « You don’t have the time to shave on a power day » which took the 1stprize : a week end with freeride ski initiation at la Grave.
These ski fanatics land in Grenoble on Wednesday 15th January for a sick freeride stay at the heart of La Grave ski resort. They were invited to live a really different experience on La Meije glacier with Enak Gavaggio, a multiple XGames freerider medal holder and the ski resort Snowlegend guide. They show to the montrealers high mountain ski (glaciers, lines, woods, waxing and… aperitifs) in a relaxed atmosphere. They have also enjoyed the warmth welcome from Edelweiss auberge at the foot of the slopes.
The winners have also discovered the Rossignol head office located in St Jean de Moirans, France and visited the manufacturing shop where are made, in the greatest secrecy, the athletes products for the Sochi Olympic Game. An opportunity that let them understood the creative process of the brand, and to see some skis of the next season!
Verdict, the Quebeckers had a lot of fun during this stay that they qualify of “stratospheric” and will remember of the journey “for ten years at least”.
We say to them “à tantôt” (see you) in the Alps for #AnotherBestDay
Riders in this news : Benoit VALENTIN
Injured one year ago, Ben Valentin continues to progress and just finish 5th at the X-Games Superpipe in Aspen. It was the last competition before the Olympics where the rider from Rossignol Team expects a medal. After a 5th place in Park City World Cup last week, Ben has realized a strong third run in Aspen and scored 81 points. Relive in video Ben Valentin's X-Games!
Copyright: Samy Chardon
Riders in this news : Dylan Florit
Dylan Florit, gives us some faith for the next generation of freeskiers. He is only 15 years old, and he’s already on the biggest national and Europeans competitions. He has his own style and real freeride skills. Last season, he finished 3rd position at the Junior Freeride competition of Verbier and went on a ski trip in Japan with Enak. It would be likely to think that it is only some other usual stuff when you dad is a guide at La Grave…We went to Deux Alpes to ask him some questions to know better about how a kid its age manages both freeski and schooling.
Describe your school, how can we get in and how does it work? Dylan: My school, we get in according to our sportive results. You must be in the French top 5 of your category. Because we are spending our time outside in trainings, competitions and ski camps all winters, we get our diploma in 4 years instead of 3. I am now completing my second year which equals to the first year in other common schools. Before winter, I attend school like other kids, but I train and I take additional classes at night to make sure I don’t miss anything during the ski season.
How do you manage yours classes, your trainings and your competitions all in the same time? Dylan: During winter, school sends us homework with predefined deadlines (often 15 days), but they’re flexible when we need extensions. Otherwise, we train almost all the time, even on summer time and before ski season starts on glaciers like at Saas Fee in Sweden, and at Deux Alpes in France.
What are your projects for your studies after Lycée? Dylan: After Lycée, I would like to join the IUT of Annecy so that I can continue high-level skiing
Your ski goals and projects? Dylan: My projects for the future; to be in the top 10 of France and to participate to Junior’s Freestyle World Championships, and to have fun skiing!
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