Here you go. Pulling the feet back BEHIND YOU while flexing in transition.
Nice try but I want you guys to rely on facts not fiction. Glad you picked this as an example since its been missinterpeted enough and proves my simple point just perfectly: his hips are way behind his legs. And that is a fact:
I also think that you can pritty easily see from this next picture (besides that hips are way behind his feet, or feet way ahead of his hips) that there is no strong pulling back movement. If there was his ski tips would not come off of the snow like they do in the frame capture. The primary movement here is that he raised his knees up. He flexed his legs. If he was pulling back his feet while at the same time flexing his legs and lifting his knees and legs up his light touch would have gone missing during the float. He relaxed at that exact moment. Then he pulled his feet back. How far? Behind him? But I guess that is annother story...