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舊 2012-01-12, 01:07 AM   #9
taichiskiing
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Eric Rousseau died in the accident.

He worked at the Blackcomb side and he was the examiner of the L4. I heard his skiing is among the strongest on Whistler. He did cliff jump too. I think he just use the bump to get airborn sometimes to make his skiing look more exicting. It won't be any problem for him to ski those bumpy and icy trail since the condition of the mid mountain of Whistler is like that. Always good snow on top, icy in the middle and get slush at the bottom.
Sorry to hear that, his mogul skiing does show some of his reckless traits, imo, "the bold dies young."

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I prefer to ski icy bump trail then icy groomed trail since the bumps can slow me down so it's easier for me to control turns.
That is not exactly what I was talking about, the bumps I was talking about are formed by the loose snow that piles up along and at the bottom of icy patches, which make very inconsistent surface, and people are fallen all over the places. Nevertheless, to avoid "hijacking" your thread, I'll open another to discuss it, talk to you there.

'later, gone skiing, :)
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