While most of us have been trying to salvage some last turns in the slush and sunshine, the pros in Sweden have been getting it done. Each year the Jon Olsson Invitational (JOI) provides us with a measuring stick for the season to come- in the park world at least. This years JOI was no exception. A handful of new tricks were stomped, including a double cork seven, a trick that’s feasibility has long been debated. This video is truly amazing, and requires a couple views just to figure out what the hell some of the tricks were. In the end, Gus Kenworthy took the top spot on the podium, followed by Vincent Gagnier and Aleksander Aurdal.
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