When you’re watching the world’s best halfpipe riders take competition runs its easy to forget that each hit their life hangs in the air. A minor miscalculation at 20+ feet above the coping can lead to life altering injury or death. No matter what safety protocols you put in place, halfpipe riding remains one of the most dangerous Olympic sports. Learn more about the razor edge between the pursuit of amplitude and self perseverance as told by snowboarders Scotty James, Ayumu Hirano, Chase Josey, Maddie Mastro, Taylor Gold, Pat Burgener, Leilani Ettel and skier Dylan Marineau.
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