Hard to narrow it down, so many good people out there.
I think the whole season of 2008. I had an amazing year with a bunch of wins including Dew Tour overall slopestyle and JOSS.
It's hard to compete with a perfect park kicker.
Staying injury free, and get back into it. Couple of podiums.
I think both, you should progress the sport but still be stylish. Style is big though, you can progress the sport with style as well.
L.A.X, The Game
Hehe, I'm not much of a reader! I think the last book I read was The Book of Candide which he gave me a signed copy of.
The weirdest thing I've seen in skiing has to be Pep Fujas's switch 180 revert 360 at the JOI 2007. Craziest thing ever, not possible!
The segment that's just stuck in my head is Candide's seggy from Ski Movie 3 (I think). Where he goes full speed and clears that huge hip.
I lift some weights and all that stuff, but mainly I just try to stay active. Doing a bunch of sports, biking and I recently began hiking with weights in my backpack.
Golf, Soccer, Skateboarding, Volleyball... Everything!
I will say that the professionally judges are better at putting a score down and keeping everything under control. But having a rider there is the best, cause he knows which tricks are harder and more difficult to do properly, so in my head riders are better!
My morning routine is basically try to stay in bed as long as possible. I do have a ritual before a contest though; take a really long shower and go over my run over and over again.
Hafjell, Norway. Breckinridge/Keystone, CO and Whistler, Canada!
My Mac, My Iphone and my Ipad (if I had one)
I take a risk all the time, like today I decided to go for the green on the second shot of a par 5, water on left side on the green and I usually hit a pretty big draw. That was a huge risk and failing would result in disaster! Landed 5 feet from the green though so it worked out. That's the biggest risk of the day ;)
Hmmm, getting something to eat?
I cook a mean omelet!
Don't have a car, don't need one!
I watched Lion King the other day so: Hakuna Matata .... what a wounderful phrase!