On March 6th, with fourteen inches of fresh snow blanketing Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Chris Devlin-Young dropped into the legendary Corbet’s Couloir, making the first ever, unaided descent of the run in a sit-ski. Devlin-Young, a veteran of the US Paralympic Team, placed 4th at the 2010 Vancouver Paralympics in Super G, and took home X Games bronze in only the second year of mono-skier X. Check out TetonAT for a full account of Chris’s descent.
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