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Get Schooled: Athlete Q&As and Insider Tips

Tips for every type of slope situation, plus athlete Q&As, brought to you by Skiing Magazine.
posted: 11/12/2008

Skiing Magazine's Get Schooled department brings you tips from athletes on everything from surviving a nasty traverse (December 2008 issue) to throwing a Rodeo 540 (September 2008). Plus, we chatted with the athletes about their favorite skiing spots, apres drinks, nachos vs. wings, and more. Click on the Q&A links below to hear what they had to say.




How to Throw a Nose Butter 540 (with athlete John Symms, from the Jan. 2009 issue)

>Get tips from Symms

>Read a Q&A with Symms




How to Ski Cut (with athlete Reggie Crist, from the Jan. 2009 issue)

>Get tips from Crist

>Check out our Q&A with Crist




How to Rip the Lift Line (with athlete Erik Roner, from the Jan. 2009 issue)

>Get tips from Roner





How to Slay a Pillow Line (with athlete Ian McIntosh, from the Dec. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from McIntosh

>Check out our Q&A with McIntosh




How to Survive a Nasty Traverse (with athlete Rachael Burks, from the Dec. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Burks

>Check out our Q&A with Burks





How to Snap a Magazine Cover Shot (with photographer Lee Cohen, form the Nov. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Cohen





How to Win a Chinese Downhill (with athlete Cody Townsend, from the Nov. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Townsend





How to Stomp a Back Flip (with athlete Mike Wilson, from the Nov. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Wilson





How to Drop Into a Couloir (with guide Eric Henderson, from the Oct. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Henderson





How to Charge Exposed Terrain (with athlete Erik Roner, from the Sept. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Roner





How to Throw a Rodeo 540 (with athlete John Symms, from the Sept. 2008 issue)

>Get tips from Symms



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