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I’ve been holding onto this one for a few weeks now but I think it’s time to let it lose… This is how not to train for the Olympics. 📹 @instareynolds • • #Jerryoftheday #yogrammies #yoslammies #failsvids #failsclip #epicfail #snowboard #snowboarding __________________________________________________ * Jukin Media Verified * Find this video and others like it by visiting https://www.jukinmedia.com/licensing/view/973937 For licensing / permission to use, please email licensing(at)jukinmedia(dot)com.
24 year old, Ryan Stassel, had an extremely close call while training for the PyeongChang Olympics. The Sochi 2014 slopestyle competitor flew off the side of dryslope training jump at the Utah Olympic Park and hit the side of the airbag, landing dangerously close to missing the padding next to the takeoff. Stassel commented “This is how not to train for the Olympics.”
Best of luck to Ryan on his road to PyeongChang and remember:
Here’s a taste of what Ryan is working on in Utah when he’s not winging into the side of the airbag: