First, I believe the sleeve retaining devices at the cuffs of the jacket were a little tight. The jacket should have flown off vertically at the second flip. It would have shown better preparation for the move.
Second, the legs should have been straighter at the finish. As it was he did not properly stick the landing.
Third, during the first rotation after landing, the head moved slightly off center spoiling the look of the all important first rotation.
Fourth, the released skis did not zoom down the hill in unison. It appears the the right ski was leading by about five ski lengths.
All in all, the judge from New Hampshire gives it 5.9 for difficulty, 5.8 for execution, and 6.0 for originality.
Oh! What's that? You mean he didn't mean to do that....... Never mind.
With that rotational speed, I wonder if he saw the world spinning or if it was all just one big white blur. He must have been digging snow out of every crevasse of his body for a week after that one.