Shane McConkey passed away 4 years ago today, March 26th, 2009, while ski-base jumping in Italy.
We love you Shane and you will be missed.

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21 Comments

  1. Crown Dodger says:

    Thanks Shane

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  2. thecheat says:

    This world needs many more Shane McConkeys in it

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  3. sook says:

    he makes it look too easy. RIP

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  4. missingtahoe says:

    That dude is the reason i left the flatlands to become a skier. Glad I got to meet him up at Squaw before he passed. Keep on flying!

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  5. rotorhead says:

    There’s nothing better than sliding down snow, flyin’ through the air. RIP Shane. You are missed.

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  6. squallykook says:

    i’ll never get tired of watching shane ski. thanks for the inspiration!
    we do miss you.

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  7. Rudi says:

    Its like you got a man like this out there with a family and hes a super good guy, just loving life and then you’ve got the two kids arguing over who’s dad is richer…

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  8. Ryan says:

    One of the biggest in influences in my life and the biggest in my skiing, thanks shane, road the chair with your daughter this past weekend, felt star stuck by her because she has your spirt.

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  9. Brian says:

    RIP Shane. Great video

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  10. sled trash says:

    Keep watch over us bro. May you live forever!

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  11. CmrnDrgn says:

    I love how every single one of the comments is positive. Really speaks to the influence Shane had on people. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  12. Adam McConkey says:

    A great McConkey gone to soon. R.I.P

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  13. Sprite Tyson says:

    For ever holding you down Shane!

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  14. the man! says:

    Love you and miss you man! Support his foundation people!

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  15. Nick says:

    The best part about the guy is that he never thought he was too cool.

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  16. Nick says:

    Too bad the world will never get to see video about Travis Rice and Shane McConkey taking down massive lines together.

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  17. Truckee guy says:

    It’s all been said. He inspired many, was always nice, funny, and passionate.
    His ski design with the Volant Spatula and K2 Pontoon was ground breaking for the designs that are used today.

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  18. BOFS says:

    Show the video of saucer boy being a goofball. You know… the one that’s so inspirational. We can’t get enough.

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