Start Your Week With Jonny Moseley's Dinner Roll From 2002 Olympics

Start Your Week With Jonny Moseley's Dinner Roll From 2002 Olympics

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Start Your Week With Jonny Moseley's Dinner Roll From 2002 Olympics

Jonny Moseley mid-Dinner Roll From 2002 Olympics

The Golden Boy, Jonny Moseley, making history with the dinner roll at the 2002 Olympics Games in Salt Lake City.

“The Dinner Roll is a trick I developed for the ’99 X-Games. It’s a 720 degree off axis rotation, wherein you ski off the jump, do two full rotations, one on the horizontal plane and the other on the vertical plane. At the X-Games where everything is “extreme” and “rad” the jumps are big, and you have lots of time in the air. The Olympic moguls course is a whole different ball game. It’s steep, with tight turns, and a small narrow technical jump, with an unforgiving landing. The trick was so new that we had to appeal to the Olympic Skiing Federation in order just to do it. We had to show them that it fell within their rule stating “no inverted tricks in the moguls” and also prove that it was not dangerous. After lobbying and video explanation we pushed it through by one vote, much to the chagrin of the European countries.” – Jonny Moseley

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