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post #151 of 166
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Agreed.  Great skiing Helluva, thanks for posting that.

 

No problem. He's on the Aussie team for those who don't know.

post #152 of 166
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The original videos which started this discussion for ease of viewing are now on u tube.

 

I was unable to link them but type in " oro base" and then "oro avanzato" and they pop right up. "Argento avanzato " is the intermediate level demo.

 

If anyone can pull them up and link them please do so for easier viewing.

 

Again, so sorry it took me so long to get these new images up, a lot of stuff going on at the moment and none of it includes skiing.

 

Enjoy and comment as you like.

 

Have a nice night!

post #153 of 166
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Reilly is ripping some great turns these days too.

 


 

 

 

These Aussie images clearly deserve their own thread for discussion would be my strong suggestion.

 

Just brilliant skiing throughout.

 

Flawless perhaps?

post #154 of 166

Reilly instructs at Aspen and Thredbo (Australia): http://www.aspendemoteam.com/reilly-mcglashan.html

 

I find it interesting that his "specialty" is Korean style short turns since that's exactly what his skiing reminded me of when I watched the video.

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Personally I find it very instructive to see demo teamers performing low end movements:

1) they somehow do something very simple - even simpler.

2) their movements are the same as in high performance skiing, just with less speed and intensity

post #156 of 166
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Reilly instructs at Aspen and Thredbo (Australia): http://www.aspendemoteam.com/reilly-mcglashan.html

 

I find it interesting that his "specialty" is Korean style short turns since that's exactly what his skiing reminded me of when I watched the video.

 

I agree.

great skiing, and nice illustration of the cross under short turn. that is another one that imo could be seen as what a high level pmts turn looks like. 

I like his skiing, but I am still more drawn to the canadian patterns right now. the idea of creating an impulse, and then directing that energy across the hill appeals to me, and when I try it/use it, I feel like there is so much more time in transition then my absorbtion turn. of course, then I toss some bumps in, and have to reverse it again.

 

nice footage, thx,

holiday

post #157 of 166
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No problem. He's on the Aussie team for those who don't know.

Not sure he made it this time around??

From the APSI website:

A very special congratulations goes out to the following people for their selection on the Australian National Demonstration Team:

Ant Hill (Ski)
Tom Langtry (Ski)
Chris Allen (Ski)
Tom Gellie (Ski)
Paul Lorenz (Ski)
James Lloyd (SB)
Matt Ronald (SB)
Richard Hocking (Tele)

We look forward to working, training and sharing teaching and skiing/riding ideas over the following years in the lead up to Interski.

A massive THANK YOU goes out to all those that gave their time and effort to train, promote and attend the tryout. It was very impressive to see such a high calibre of skiing/riding across the board over the last 2 days!

post #158 of 166

Is that the same "Ant" that used to be here on Epic? I wondered what happened to Richard Jameson?

post #159 of 166
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Can someone please post Aussie demos similar to the Italian stuff? Been looking for them a long time.

Please and thanks!
post #160 of 166

Ahhh - didn't we see an Aussie in the first comparison clip????

post #161 of 166

Jamo is the coach I'm told

Video from a while back:

 

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post #162 of 166
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Not sure he made it this time around??

From the APSI website:

A very special congratulations goes out to the following people for their selection on the Australian National Demonstration Team:

Ant Hill (Ski)
Tom Langtry (Ski)
Chris Allen (Ski)
Tom Gellie (Ski)
Paul Lorenz (Ski)
James Lloyd (SB)
Matt Ronald (SB)
Richard Hocking (Tele)

 

Bummer, maybe he didn't make it this time. Too bad. Based on his skiing they'd be lucky to have him, he is as talented as he is motivated.

post #163 of 166
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Bummer, maybe he didn't make it this time. Too bad. Based on his skiing they'd be lucky to have him, he is as talented as he is motivated.

He had appendicitis during the trials, I think he'll end up on there next season. And yeah, one of the best 'instructor' skiers I've ever seen. 

post #164 of 166
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Is that the same "Ant" that used to be here on Epic?

 

 

Nope.

post #165 of 166
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Originally Posted by rollo87 View Post

Not sure he made it this time around??

From the APSI website:

A very special congratulations goes out to the following people for their selection on the Australian National Demonstration Team:

Ant Hill (Ski)
Tom Langtry (Ski)
Chris Allen (Ski)
Tom Gellie (Ski)
Paul Lorenz (Ski)
James Lloyd (SB)
Matt Ronald (SB)
Richard Hocking (Tele)

We look forward to working, training and sharing teaching and skiing/riding ideas over the following years in the lead up to Interski.

A massive THANK YOU goes out to all those that gave their time and effort to train, promote and attend the tryout. It was very impressive to see such a high calibre of skiing/riding across the board over the last 2 days!


Seems odd that I find out here that the guy across the from me in the locker room is on a national demo team.

 

fom

post #166 of 166
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Good stuff, short tho not full length feature films like my Italians.

 

Who has links to more? Another thread dedicated to aussies or kiwis or or or...post here whatever.....

 

Me likey ski demo videos.

 

No comments on the Italians?.....disappointing.

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