Skier Bobby Brown Lands Triple Cork 1440 at Red Bull Mega Slope (VIDEO)

By on September 17, 2013 in Freeskiing with 0 Comments

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Bobby Brown threw a triple cork 1440, followed by a rightside double Japan. It was the first time Brown had landed a triple cork — in this case, four complete rotations with three off-axis flips.

As the chairlifts at Kirkwood Mountain Resort came to a halt this past spring, the Snow Park Technologies (SPT) snowcats were powering up. For twenty days, an SPT crew of seven professional designers, shapers and builders logged over 1,200 hours constructing the slopestyle course of Bobby Brown’s dreams. Three years ago the Denver, Colorado-based professional athlete was asking his fellow pro skier friends, “What’s next for slopestyle skiing?” His answer is Red Bull Megaslope [see video], a 2,750-foot long course that flawlessly incorporates six epic features winding across the natural terrain of the mountain.

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