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Newschoolers “Hall Of Fame”

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‘Humbled to receive such a recognition. The ski community is filled with people deserving this title—honored to be chosen this time around. I take this opportunity to give credit to; family & friends who believed in me, the forefathers who paved the way, mentors who offered guidance, sponsors & fans for their support—Thankz to all’


‘I managed to craft a path by blocking off the noise of expectation and, instead, follow ed my inclinations. Hall of fame can often come as recognition for someone retiring or retired—this ain’t me. This is not the peak, if there is such a place. I like to see it as up hills and down hills—both are part of the ride. I’ll keep climbing up, again & again, knowing that, like CR Johnson said “On the way down it’s awesome”⛷’

STB Tour

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Peace – Hope february is a happy month for you.

I’ve been on a Spy tour in the western United States with good people. So far, i’ve been in Oregon skiing Mt.Bachelor, Timberline and hanging out at the Tree Fort land. The stops are only on the week-end so we are trying to keep busy during the week dayz as much as possible to come out with some fresh videos.

At this moment, i am in Snoqualmie, Washington and the tour kicks back in tomorrow, come shred!

Mont Édouard

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Happy 2017!

For this new year, my brother gave my family and myself the opportunity to explore some unfamiliar Quebecan land. It is a little slice of paradise located north east of my hometown in the village of Anse St-Jean in the region called Saguenay, Mont Édouard. We hit the perfect timing soon as we got here, mother nature blessed us with 2 feet of snow! Got to share some amazing moments with loved ones and discover some of the finest terrain for skiing there is in the province of Quebec.

My knee is feeling great and my skis even better, I will soon start filming manoeuvres again to document my season in progression. Good things keep coming, thankful.

Wishing you all a healthy 2017. Peace





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Peace People-
Happy to be typing on the behalf of my return on skis after having suffered a break on my acl ligament in my knee. I’ve been rehabbing to the fullest for 9 months now which represents the longest period spent off snowy hillz. The recovery road is always challenging but brings forth much positivity if you allow it to.

It has been a chance to mentally refine my upcoming approach towards skiing as well as envisioning the most suitable orientation of my creativity to be expressed. It’s also been an opportunity to focus on other occupations that stimulates the mind in wayz that wouldn’t occur if i would not have been injured. It taught me a sense of discipline that as been poured into my daily patterns and reminded me just how much i love to ski.

Therefore, I am thankful for what happen, but now, time to ski with great people, progress and stay mighty healthy!