4th TTR World Snowboard Championships
6th X Games Europe
Snowsports NZ ‘Snowboarder of the Year’
Piera’s Results: Northern Hemisphere 2011, K2 Whistler Cup 4th Super G, Vermont, USA ,State Champion Super G.
Goals: During the NZ season :Train hard for my first year of FIS racing . Race in the Cardrona FIS races, N Z National Champs and A N C races . Northern Hemisphere: Train hard and study, and make the most of my remaining 25 available 2011-2012 FIS starts in the Northern Hemisphere.
NZ Season: 2011 First year FIS athlete.
Sponsors: Rush Munro 100% Natural Ice Cream, Icebreaker, Cinta Market Research Ltd
Skis; Stockli , Boots; Atomic
School : Stratton Mountain School, Vermont, USA.
The final edit from Revy, of all the fun stuff we managed to film.
Most of the footage is from the past 3 weeks, Of me Jeremy Gardner, Simon Reeves, Jared Akerstrom, Scott Heale and Doug Thorell.
Rad snow, rad times.
Sam’s 2013 Goals:
Gain more experience competing internationally in America.
I want to ski lines that I am 90% sure I can stomp so that I can gauge where I stand relative to the local skiers.
I had an amazingly consistent season in NZ last year, the goal would be to bring that consistency into this current northern comp season.
Skis: Head Helmet & Goggles : POC Gloves : Hestra Outerwear : SOS Underwear : Icebreaker
Employment: Ski Instructor, Cardrona Alpine Resort.
Mellow closing day up Cardrona. Weather was good for the first time in a few days so Tom and I messed around with a gopro.
Sponsors: Orage and Salomon
Forerunning the Coronet Peak GS @ the Winter Games 2011
Fraser is a grant recipient and first year FIS alpine racer.
Met up with Jackson Wells up at Cardrona for a shred on the rails and jumps. Ended up heading over to snowpark for the rail jam and shot a few clips for ya! Enjoy
Locations: SnowparkNZ, Cardrona Ski Resort.
Camera: Canon XF100
Program: Premiere Pro CS6/AE CS6/ Magic Bullet Looks.
Filming & Editing: Bruce Thompson
Rider: Jackson Wells
Music: Apollo Brown – Real Detroit
Willis Feasey, Downhill combined from 4 cameras over 3 days, World Junior Alpine Ski Championships, Crans Montana, 2011