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PLAYGROUND Athlete Bios (by film segment)

Warren Miller
posted: 10/04/2007

Salt Lake City, Utah

Julian Carr— Salt Lake City, UT
Racking up over 2,100 vertical feet in cliff drops is just one thing on Julian Carr's long list of accomplishments. Despite the fact that Carr has made a name for himself as one of the best freeskiers in the world and also as one of the top hucksters, he does not think of himself as the rock star skier he is, but simply says, "It's simple, I just love cliffs. Carr travels the world in the name of skiing, but he claims that Utah, his home state, has the best snow.

Jamey Parks — Salt Lake City, UT
Jamey Parks grew up skiing and racing in Vermont at Mount Snow and Sugarbush. Before graduating from CU Boulder in 2000, Jamey spent two years racing in Steamboat Springs. Since college, Jamey has been living and skiing in Salt Lake City because of the awesome snow. After qualifying for the X-Games, Jamey was picked up by both Salomon and Scott. Recently, Jamey steered away from competition, and he has been focusing more on photos and film. He really enjoys his time in the backcountry as he searches for great turns, cliffs, and lines.

Rachael Burks — Snowbird, UT
Rachael Burks used to fight with her dad on Saturday mornings when he would make her wake up at 7A.M. to catch the ski bus. It wasn't until college, when the Texas heat and flat terrain set in, that Burks felt her passion for skiing commence. Since then, Rachael has proven herself a strong force on the mountain by challenging herself every time she clicks into her bindings. In an interview with Powder she declared, "I love being a girl. I just don't like being good for a girl. In PLAYGROUND, Rachael proves she can ski with the best—male or female.

Jamie Pierre — Salt lake City, UT
Escaping death is Pierre's middle name. Residing in Utah has allowed Jaime the endless opportunities to drop some of the biggest cliffs known to man. After setting the record for the largest cliff drop at 145 feet, Pierre decided that wasn't enough. Last year he did the unimaginable by dropping 255 feet in the Teton backcountry, shattering his previous record and most likely creating a record that will stick for quite sometime.

Sage Cattabriga — Alta, Wyoming
Voted in a reader poll as one of Powder Magazine's Best Male Skiers in 2005, Sage Cattabriga is well-known for his extreme backcountry endeavors. It is fitting that Sage claims the "invention of the fat ski to be his favorite moment in history because powder-drenched terrain is his favorite place to ride.

Whistler, B.C.

Dan Treadway — Kenora, Ontario
Dan Treadway, also referred to as Big Air Dan, has always made the great outdoors his PLAYGROUND. Since learning to ski in Northern Ontario at the age of five, Treadway has charted a straight line for the highest peaks. When he isn't ripping down slopes across the globe, you can find this self-proclaimed redneck hunting Canadian moose. Whether hunting a moose with a 54-inch rack or dropping a massive cliff on skis, Dan always wants to go bigger.

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Shane Szocs — Whistler, BC
A mogul skier from Whistler, Shane Szocs started his career on the Canadian National developmental team. After exploring the joys of freeskiing, Shane later became the godfather of the New Canadian Air Force. The NCAF is a group of six Canadian freeskiers that have put a twist on the mainstream Canadian aerialist's crew, which has been known as the Canadian Air Force for over 15 years. Shane first developed his misty flip on a trampoline in the summer of '96 and by February of that year was stomping it on skis. The rest is history.

Smithers, B.C.

Ben Watt - Bend, OR
Born in 1993, this accomplished young grom has come along way from riding on his 120 Airwalk board "with cap bindings. At the age of 7, Ben Watts learned to ride at Mt. Bachelor and has since mastered the art of tweaking backside and cab-9's. PLAYGROUND marks Ben's first appearance in a Warren Miller film.

Hans Mindnich - Stowe, VT
An accomplished member of the Burton "Smalls crew, Vermont local Hans Mindnich regularly slays Stowe's hidden powder stashes. When dodgy East Coast weather robs 15-year-old Hans of fresh pow, he rocks the park and pipe with styling McTwists and frontside 5's.

Aspen, CO

Casey Puckett — Aspen, CO
Aspen local Casey Puckett is no stranger to the world of competitive skiing. Four-time Alpine skiing Olympian and Winter X Games challenger, Puckett plans to return to the Olympics for Skier Cross in 2010. As a father of two, a ski coach in Aspen, and a professional skier, Casey certainly has his hands full!

Peter Olenick — Snowmass, CO
With fierce skills in both superpipe and slopestyle, Peter Olenick made a name for himself by receiving double medals at the Winter X Games in 2004. Spending the off-season as a student at Montana State University, this professional freestyle skier is a business student on the side, and an Aspen freestyle enthusiast at heart. At the 2007 Winter X Games, Peter stuck what one of the most difficult tricks ever attempted in the skier superpipe, the Whisky Flip. This tweaked-out double backflip scored him a Winter X bronze medal!

Gretchen Bleiler — Aspen, CO
As a child, Gretchen Bleiler dreamed of going to the Olympics as a swimmer and a diver; however, a twist of fate and a move to Colorado tweaked this dream and allowed it to become a reality in 2006. In Torino, Bleiler added an Olympic medal to her collection of X-Games decorations by placing second in the women's halfpipe snowboarding competition.

Klaus Obermeyer - Germany, Sun Valley, Vail
Born in Oberstaufen, Germany, in 1919, Klaus started skiing at the age of three on a pair of skis he fashioned from a wooden crate. After World War II, Klaus published a book entitled "English Official Language, written to teach Germans how to speak English. With profits from the book, Klaus opened a sports store in 1945, but decided a year later to move to the U.S. Klaus moved to Sun Valley, Idaho, where he spent a winter selling Bavarian neckties and shoe strings in the parking lot out of a friend's trunk. That friend was Warren Miller.

The next season Klaus became a ski instructor at Vail for $10 a day. He soon found that he was losing business because his clients were uncomfortable and cold. As a remedy to the cold, he decided to stitch together his own goose down comforter - making the world's first down jacket. This innovative solution was just the beginning of the Obermeyer legacy. Obermeyer has remained at the top of the skiwear market for the last fifty years.

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Alyeska, CPG

Bode Miller — Easton, NH
Innovative and remarkable are two words that fairly describe world-renowned alpine skier Bode Miller. His revolutionary performance on parabolic skis in the 1996 Jr. Olympic competition first secured his spot on the 1996 US Ski Team. Since 1996, Bode has been killing it on the World Cup circuit. Bode's unique confidence and choice to favor speed over technique has proven effective, and he continuously dazzles his fans with impressive performances, on and off the snow.

Jon Olsson — Mora, Sweden
Considered to be one of the world's best all-around skiers, Jon Olsson is not new to the spotlight. From 2002 to 2005, Olsson double-medaled in both the Slopestyle and Superpipe competitions at the Winter X Games, boasting an impressive eight WX medals overall (the second highest medal tally in WX history). Not only did he sweep a Slopestyle gold at the 2007 US Open, but he has also been voted as one of Sweden's sexiest men by Elle Magazine. Thanks to the efforts of idol skier Jon Olsson, the 2007 Jon Olsson Invitational was said to be THE Big Air Competition of the year! Some of this incredible footage is captured in Warren Miller's PLAYGROUND.

Dubai, UAE

Andreas Hatveit - Sudndalen, Norway
Andreas used his versatile and technical freestyle abilities to place second at the World Skiing Invitational Superpipe in Whistler, BC, Canada, and fourth place in the FIS World Halfpipe Championships in Ruka, Finland. Andreas is skiing for Rossignol and continues to push the limits in freeskiing. Andreas is a true triple-threat, consistently making podium in big air, superpipe, and slopestyle!

Niseko, Japan

Chris Benchetler — Mammoth, CA
Chris started to ski at a very young age and hated it! It wasn't until he nixed the racing and found the powder that he fell in love with the sport. Shredding for big names like K2, Sessions, Dragon, and Dakine, this Mammoth local has proven to be a dominating athlete. His dog, Sadie, is almost as fierce in the backyard as Chris is on the slopes.

Sean Pettit — Whistler, BC
Born on July 27, 1992, Sean Pettit started skiing when he was 2 years old and was competing at a professional level by the age of 11. He won Best Humor in the 2005 Powder Video Awards, and we know why because he was hilarious to film with in Japan! "The Untold Legend of Batman is his favorite book.

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Points North

Zack Crist — Sun Valley, ID
Although Zach has followed in older brother Reggie's footsteps, he has managed to make quite an independent name for himself. Zach started his career on the U.S. Ski Team. He began competing in Winter X-games and sharing the podium with Reggie in 2005. The Crist brothers have become a dynamic duo in the ski world, and both brothers took time away from the competition circuit to ski for Warren Miller Entertainment in this year's film.

Reggie Crist — Sun Valley, ID
With his goal being to ski the most powder humanly possible, Reggie Crist is living the skier's dream. Skiing for the U.S. Ski Team and winning skier-cross in the Winter X-Games are only a few of Reggie's accomplishments. In the summer months you can find him surfing double over head sets in 80-degree temps with a light offshore breeze.

Dave Barlia - New York, Southern CA, Vail
As an extreme stunt man, Dave Barlia does not act like the average forty-year-old! Instead, he can be found hucking himself off cliffs and out of planes - thousands of feet off the ground. Crazy? Superman? No. He wears a wingsuit, which adds surface area to his body and turns him into a giant bat (though not as blind and producing considerably less guano). Instead of dropping vertically, a wingsuit allows skydivers to fly through the air at roughly 27 degrees from the horizon. Dave started jumping in a wingsuit in 1999 and since then rarely makes jumps without the suit because "it's the closest thing to human flight…so much simpler than any other type of 'aircraft' and so much more pure. He even holds the world record for a 41-second BASE jump off the north face of the Eiger. He skydives nearly every weekend. When he is not airborne, Dave loves to snowboard with his wife, Karleen Jeffery-Barlia, a three-time world extreme snowboard champion.

Tordrillo Lodge

Chris Davenport — Aspen, CO
Chris Davenport of Aspen, Colorado, is considered one of the world's most accomplished big mountain skiers. A former alpine downhill racer, Chris made his mark in the freeskiing community when he won the 1996 World Extreme Skiing Championships in Alaska. In 2000, he managed to land on the podium in each Freeskiing World Tour event he participated in, and conclf Sweden's sexiest men by Elle Magazine. Thanks to the efforts of idol skier Jon Olsson, the 2007 Jon Olsson Invitational was said to be THE Big Air Competition of the year! Some of this incredible footage is captured in Warren Miller's PLAYGROUND.

Dubai, UAE

Andreas Hatveit - Sudndalen, Norway
Andreas used his versatile and technical freestyle abilities to place second at the World Skiing Invitational Superpipe in Whistler, BC, Canada, and fourth place in the FIS World Halfpipe Championships in Ruka, Finland. Andreas is skiing for Rossignol and continues to push the limits in freeskiing. Andreas is a true triple-threat, consistently making podium in big air, superpipe, and slopestyle!

Niseko, Japan

Chris Benchetler — Mammoth, CA
Chris started to ski at a very young age and hated it! It wasn't until he nixed the racing and found the powder that he fell in love with the sport. Shredding for big names like K2, Sessions, Dragon, and Dakine, this Mammoth local has proven to be a dominating athlete. His dog, Sadie, is almost as fierce in the backyard as Chris is on the slopes.

Sean Pettit — Whistler, BC
Born on July 27, 1992, Sean Pettit started skiing when he was 2 years old and was competing at a professional level by the age of 11. He won Best Humor in the 2005 Powder Video Awards, and we know why because he was hilarious to film with in Japan! "The Untold Legend of Batman is his favorite book.

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Points North

Zack Crist — Sun Valley, ID
Although Zach has followed in older brother Reggie's footsteps, he has managed to make quite an independent name for himself. Zach started his career on the U.S. Ski Team. He began competing in Winter X-games and sharing the podium with Reggie in 2005. The Crist brothers have become a dynamic duo in the ski world, and both brothers took time away from the competition circuit to ski for Warren Miller Entertainment in this year's film.

Reggie Crist — Sun Valley, ID
With his goal being to ski the most powder humanly possible, Reggie Crist is living the skier's dream. Skiing for the U.S. Ski Team and winning skier-cross in the Winter X-Games are only a few of Reggie's accomplishments. In the summer months you can find him surfing double over head sets in 80-degree temps with a light offshore breeze.

Dave Barlia - New York, Southern CA, Vail
As an extreme stunt man, Dave Barlia does not act like the average forty-year-old! Instead, he can be found hucking himself off cliffs and out of planes - thousands of feet off the ground. Crazy? Superman? No. He wears a wingsuit, which adds surface area to his body and turns him into a giant bat (though not as blind and producing considerably less guano). Instead of dropping vertically, a wingsuit allows skydivers to fly through the air at roughly 27 degrees from the horizon. Dave started jumping in a wingsuit in 1999 and since then rarely makes jumps without the suit because "it's the closest thing to human flight…so much simpler than any other type of 'aircraft' and so much more pure. He even holds the world record for a 41-second BASE jump off the north face of the Eiger. He skydives nearly every weekend. When he is not airborne, Dave loves to snowboard with his wife, Karleen Jeffery-Barlia, a three-time world extreme snowboard champion.

Tordrillo Lodge

Chris Davenport — Aspen, CO
Chris Davenport of Aspen, Colorado, is considered one of the world's most accomplished big mountain skiers. A former alpine downhill racer, Chris made his mark in the freeskiing community when he won the 1996 World Extreme Skiing Championships in Alaska. In 2000, he managed to land on the podium in each Freeskiing World Tour event he participated in, and concluded the season by winning his second World Championship at the 2001 Red Bull Snow Thrill of Alaska. In addition to his competitive prowess, Chris is a contributor to several ski publications, and has been featured in over a dozen feature ski films, including those of Warren Miller Entertainment and Matchstick Productions.

Chris is also a TV reporter and color commentator for ESPN and ABC Sports. Under the auspices of his company, Davenport MountainSport Inc., Chris has organized numerous events, including ski photo competitions and the U.S. National Paragliding Championships. He is an avid mountaineer, with ascents of summits around the globe under his belt. During the 2006-2007 ski season Chris became the first person to climb and ski all 54 of Colorado's 14,000-foot peaks in less than one year. Chris has climbed to 8,000 meters on Makalu in the Himalaya and skied first descents on Denali, as well as in the Andes of Chile and the Southern Alps of New Zealand. When not traveling around the world, Chris recreates around Aspen and Snowmass with his wife Jesse and sons Stian and Topher. Chris' sponsors include; Salomon, Aspen/ Snowmass, Red Bull, Smith, Black Diamond, Swix, Clif Bar, Backcountry Access, and Colorado Ski Country.

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For more information, photos, stories, and background, log on to www.steepskiing.com

Cody Townsend — Squaw Valley, CA
Claiming Warren Miller's 1983 film Ski Country as his favorite movie, Cody Townsend is no stranger to Warren Miller flicks. By receiving the title of the Red Bull Cold Rush's Chinese Downhill Champion in 2007, this 23-year-old proved that he can drink beer as well as he can ski. Townsend also competed in The Big Mountain Pro last year, and according to a press release linked to the event, Townsend "set the bar for the rest of the skiers with a flawless run which saw him airing over four big cliffs without a hint of hesitation.

Mammoth, CA

Nils Mindnich — Stowe, VT
Whether he is surfing a long board on the Jersey Shore, cruising the streets on his skateboard, or ripping through Stowe's freshies, Nils Mindnich lives to board. Nils was born in the winter of 1994, and it seems as though he was born to ride! This grom's favorite trick is an Alley-oop McTwist, and watch out because he is known to huck tricks that many pros have trouble stomping. Nils placed third at the 2007 U.S. Open Boy's Junior Jam.

Ben Ferguson — Bend, OR
Despite his grom status, Ben Ferguson has no problem stopping 720s in competition. Ben's favorite trick is a cab 7, his favorite terrain is slopestyle, and perhaps Warren Miller's PLAYGROUND will be his favorite movie after his debut this fall. Ben is only 12 years old and his younger brother, Gabe (8 years old), is never left behind. Ben and Gabe's unique talents are featured in PLAYGROUND, and this dynamic duo is certainly one we will be seeing more of in the future.

USFSO

Sammy Carlson — Portland, OR
Sammy Carlson took home second place in the 2006 U.S. Freeskiing Open in the slopestyle event. He has been placing himself on the podium in several events these last few years as he continues to improve with new tricks in his arsenal. He has accomplished his goal of making it to the Winter X Games and hopes to make it to the Olympics. Since he is only 18 years old, he still has time to get there!

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Simon Dumont - Bethel, ME
Dumont, considered a leader in the new competitive sport of freeskiing, is one of the best Superpipe riders in the world, and he is only 21 years old! During his first year of competition, Simon won the Whistler Invitational Super Hit and finished fourth at the U.S. Open. In 2004, Dumont quickly soared to the top of the competition by winning gold in the Winter X-Games Superpipe, with a performance worthy enough to be featuured on ESPN's "Top Ten Plays of the Week.

TJ Schiller - Vernon, BC
Last year, TJ Schiller won the U.S. Freeskiing Open Big Air competition by throwing down a switch 1440. This event allowed TJ to set himself up as one of the most dangerous men in freeskiing, throwing something no one has yet landed in competition. Schiller affirms, "I feel the pressure but I really, really like it. TJ is just 20 years old and has already killed more runs than most could hope to accomplish in a lifetime!

Jacob Wester - Stockholm, Sweden
Boasting 2nd at the U.S. Freeskiing Open, 2nd at the Jon Olsson Invitational in Sweden, and 5th at the Winter X Games slopestyle competition in 2007, 19-year-old Jacob Wester has continued to prove his talents since his break-out year in 2005. Jacob's consistency and ability to bust original tricks, like the double cork 1260, has established him as a solid force in the big air/slopestyle arena.

Sleeper House/Sand Dunes

Chris Anthony — Vail, CO
Chris Anthony has been an emcee for Warren Miller's film tour for the past eight years and has skied in the films for the last eighteen years. On snow since the age of one, Chris broke away from skiing long enough to reach the international ranks of the cycling world, receive a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Colorado, and write two screenplays. When Chris is not skiing he still enjoys writing and has freelanced for many publications, while co-producing, co-hosting, writing, and editing for "Snow Motion" on Fox Sports. Presently, Chris continues to compete and conquer new terrain in the backcountry while becoming more familiar with the old. This is a lifestyle he shares with the world by passing on innovative ideas through Chris Anthony Adventures, journalism, and motivational speaking.

d the season by winning his second World Championship at the 2001 Red Bull Snow Thrill of Alaska. In addition to his competitive prowess, Chris is a contributor to several ski publications, and has been featured in over a dozen feature ski films, including those of Warren Miller Entertainment and Matchstick Productions.

Chris is also a TV reporter and color commentator for ESPN and ABC Sports. Under the auspices of his company, Davenport MountainSport Inc., Chris has organized numerous events, including ski photo competitions and the U.S. National Paragliding Championships. He is an avid mountaineer, with ascents of summits around the globe under his belt. During the 2006-2007 ski season Chris became the first person to climb and ski all 54 of Colorado's 14,000-foot peaks in less than one year. Chris has climbed to 8,000 meters on Makalu in the Himalaya and skied first descents on Denali, as well as in the Andes of Chile and the Southern Alps of New Zealand. When not traveling around the world, Chris recreates around Aspen and Snowmass with his wife Jesse and sons Stian and Topher. Chris' sponsors include; Salomon, Aspen/ Snowmass, Red Bull, Smith, Black Diamond, Swix, Clif Bar, Backcountry Access, and Colorado Ski Country.

[pagebreak]

For more information, photos, stories, and background, log on to www.steepskiing.com

Cody Townsend — Squaw Valley, CA
Claiming Warren Miller's 1983 film Ski Country as his favorite movie, Cody Townsend is no stranger to Warren Miller flicks. By receiving the title of the Red Bull Cold Rush's Chinese Downhill Champion in 2007, this 23-year-old proved that he can drink beer as well as he can ski. Townsend also competed in The Big Mountain Pro last year, and according to a press release linked to the event, Townsend "set the bar for the rest of the skiers with a flawless run which saw him airing over four big cliffs without a hint of hesitation.

Mammoth, CA

Nils Mindnich — Stowe, VT
Whether he is surfing a long board on the Jersey Shore, cruising the streets on his skateboard, or ripping through Stowe's freshies, Nils Mindnich lives to board. Nils was born in the winter of 1994, and it seems as though he was born to ride! This grom's favorite trick is an Alley-oop McTwist, and watch out because he is known to huck tricks that many pros have trouble stomping. Nils placed third at the 2007 U.S. Open Boy's Junior Jam.

Ben Ferguson — Bend, OR
Despite his grom status, Ben Ferguson has no problem stopping 720s in competition. Ben's favorite trick is a cab 7, his favorite terrain is slopestyle, and perhaps Warren Miller's PLAYGROUND will be his favorite movie after his debut this fall. Ben is only 12 years old and his younger brother, Gabe (8 years old), is never left behind. Ben and Gabe's unique talents are featured in PLAYGROUND, and this dynamic duo is certainly one we will be seeing more of in the future.

USFSO

Sammy Carlson — Portland, OR
Sammy Carlson took home second place in the 2006 U.S. Freeskiing Open in the slopestyle event. He has been placing himself on the podium in several events these last few years as he continues to improve with new tricks in his arsenal. He has accomplished his goal of making it to the Winter X Games and hopes to make it to the Olympics. Since he is only 18 years old, he still has time to get there!

[pagebreak]

Simon Dumont - Bethel, ME
Dumont, considered a leader in the new competitive sport of freeskiing, is one of the best Superpipe riders in the world, and he is only 21 years old! During his first year of competition, Simon won the Whistler Invitational Super Hit and finished fourth at the U.S. Open. In 2004, Dumont quickly soared to the top of the competition by winning gold in the Winter X-Games Superpipe, with a performance worthy enough to be featured on ESPN's "Top Ten Plays of the Week.

TJ Schiller - Vernon, BC
Last year, TJ Schiller won the U.S. Freeskiing Open Big Air competition by throwing down a switch 1440. This event allowed TJ to set himself up as one of the most dangerous men in freeskiing, throwing something no one has yet landed in competition. Schiller affirms, "I feel the pressure but I really, really like it. TJ is just 20 years old and has already killed more runs than most could hope to accomplish in a lifetime!

Jacob Wester - Stockholm, Sweden
Boasting 2nd at the U.S. Freeskiing Open, 2nd at the Jon Olsson Invitational in Sweden, and 5th at the Winter X Games slopestyle competition in 2007, 19-year-old Jacob Wester has continued to prove his talents since his break-out year in 2005. Jacob's consistency and ability to bust original tricks, like the double cork 1260, has established him as a solid force in the big air/slopestyle arena.

Sleeper House/Sand Dunes

Chris Anthony — Vail, CO
Chris Anthony has been an emcee for Warren Miller's film tour for the past eight years and has skied in the films for the last eighteen years. On snow since the age of one, Chris broke away from skiing long enough to reach the international ranks of the cycling world, receive a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Colorado, and write two screenplays. When Chris is not skiing he still enjoys writing and has freelanced for many publications, while co-producing, co-hosting, writing, and editing for "Snow Motion" on Fox Sports. Presently, Chris continues to compete and conquer new terrain in the backcountry while becoming more familiar with the old. This is a lifestyle he shares with the world by passing on innovative ideas through Chris Anthony Adventures, journalism, and motivational speaking.

be featured on ESPN's "Top Ten Plays of the Week.

TJ Schiller - Vernon, BC
Last year, TJ Schiller won the U.S. Freeskiing Open Big Air competition by throwing down a switch 1440. This event allowed TJ to set himself up as one of the most dangerous men in freeskiing, throwing something no one has yet landed in competition. Schiller affirms, "I feel the pressure but I really, really like it. TJ is just 20 years old and has already killed more runs than most could hope to accomplish in a lifetime!

Jacob Wester - Stockholm, Sweden
Boasting 2nd at the U.S. Freeskiing Open, 2nd at the Jon Olsson Invitational in Sweden, and 5th at the Winter X Games slopestyle competition in 2007, 19-year-old Jacob Wester has continued to prove his talents since his break-out year in 2005. Jacob's consistency and ability to bust original tricks, like the double cork 1260, has established him as a solid force in the big air/slopestyle arena.

Sleeper House/Sand Dunes

Chris Anthony — Vail, CO
Chris Anthony has been an emcee for Warren Miller's film tour for the past eight years and has skied in the films for the last eighteen years. On snow since the age of one, Chris broke away from skiing long enough to reach the international ranks of the cycling world, receive a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Colorado, and write two screenplays. When Chris is not skiing he still enjoys writing and has freelanced for many publications, while co-producing, co-hosting, writing, and editing for "Snow Motion" on Fox Sports. Presently, Chris continues to compete and conquer new terrain in the backcountry while becoming more familiar with the old. This is a lifestyle he shares with the world by passing on innovative ideas through Chris Anthony Adventures, journalism, and motivational speaking.

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