Freeskiing didn't exist in 1992 so here is 13 years of skiing progression, rather than 20. Above is Tanner Hall's 4th place slopestyle run from the 1999 US Open in Vail. He might have just come from a mogul comp, which Tanner also dominated back in the day. As you can see he is rocking the Hart F-17 skis (the best mogul skis ever in my opinion). As you can probably see too, ski slopestyle has come a long way since then, especially in terms of the jumps and features. Below is Candide Thovex's winning run at the 2003 Winter X-Games SuperPipe event. He is boosting out of that sketchy "superpipe" in any case. 10 Years Of Freeskiing Progression | Watch And Compare | Unofficial Networks

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Freeskiing didn’t exist in 1992 so here is 13 years of skiing progression, rather than 20. Above is Tanner Hall’s 4th place slopestyle run from the 1999 US Open in Vail. He might have just come from a mogul comp, which Tanner also dominated back in the day. As you can see he is rocking the Hart F-17 skis (the best mogul skis ever in my opinion). As you can probably see too, ski slopestyle has come a long way since then, especially in terms of the jumps and features. Below is Candide Thovex’s winning run at the 2003 Winter X-Games SuperPipe event. He is boosting out of that sketchy “superpipe” in any case.

Now check out the 2012 Ski Slopestyle winning run by Tom Wallisch at Winter X. Cool thing about this is that Tanner and Candide are still atop the skiing field today, and hade major roles in getting us here.

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