Back before snowboarding changed the way people skied, skiers were still laying down some gnarly lines. Starting in 1991, the World Extreme Championship would gather a group of ripping skiers in Valdez, AK to crown a champ. This clip is from the second year of the comp when Garrett Bartelt crossed up his long, skinny skies at the top of tis run and had a quality fall. The footage isn’t the best quality, but the sweet voice over makes up for that.
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