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Thanks for digging this up, Dave. Very cool footage.

On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 2:21 PM, David Guertin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>  Finally found a video, from Austrian TV:
>
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qH_xMAHcqok&t=1m18s
>
> Pretty amazing save.
>
> Can any German speakers translate what Jansrud is saying?
>
> Dave G.
>
>
> On 01/22/2015 08:55 PM, David Guertin wrote:
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> Here's a better photo of Jansrud not crashing:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/mcwsmzw
>
> or, if you really prefer:
>
>
> https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xap1/v/t1.0-9/10898043_10153533036795558_5839032911965689923_n.jpg?oh=eff5cc9ce7f5285a3a47f824d900d09a&oe=5565639C&__gda__=1428641481_f967714abec71efeca3ac3a42c489ff6
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> I just don't understand how this is even possible.
>
> Still haven't found a video.
>
> Dave G., impressed
>
> On 01/22/2015 12:43 PM, David Guertin wrote:
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> Haven't found a video yet, just this thumbnail of one that's only viewable
> in Switzerland. But Jiminy Christmas, look at that position and guess if
> he's a) crashing into the net in a cloud of snow; or b) setting the fastest
> time of the day.
>
> Dave G.
>
>
> On 01/22/2015 11:26 AM, David Guertin wrote:
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> The World Cup men are training today on the Hahnenkamm for tomorrow and
> Saturday's downhill in Kitzb├╝hel. Kjetil Jansrud came flying over a lip at
> speed, got so far back that the back seat was somewhere in front of him,
> both hands rolling down the windows, and while his right ski remained in a
> somewhat normal position, his left ski was pointing directly skyward, at a
> 90 degree angle to the snow. Imagine being in that position, going 70-ish
> MPH, in the air. Yeah, right. Not only did Jansrud not crash, he recovered
> without a hiccup and set the fastest training time.
>
> I'm in awe, and I really want to see that show up on YouTube so I can see
> it again.
>
> Dave G.
>
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