Pyeongchang Course Preview Gives Skiers A Glimpse Into The Future Of Slopestyle

Pyeongchang Course Preview Gives Skiers A Glimpse Into The Future Of Slopestyle

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Pyeongchang Course Preview Gives Skiers A Glimpse Into The Future Of Slopestyle

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In an effort to bring some style back to the Slopestyle discipline, The FIS is changing the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic course from the bottom up.

Since Sochi, the olympic slopestyle format consisted of a rigid course, which gave skiers a “spin it, to win it” mentality. However, new designs for the 2018 olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea look nothing like years past. Instead, the course has been revamped and the changes are allowing for more creativity than ever. In fact, the new course only hosts one traditional hit.

From off axis booters to multiple transition gap jumps, the new course will be revolutionary for the discipline. In addition to the creative culture surrounding the upcoming Olympic slopestyle course, Henrik Harlaut claims the new construction includes, “Possibly the dankest money ‘boot her’ I’ve seen in a slopestyle course.”

Possibly the dankest money 'boot her' I've seen in a slopestyle course 🙏🇰🇷

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