Clean And Wallisched
Engines growl in the distance and the world's best slopestyle skiers commute to the start area atop a fleet of snowmobiles. Those who know know that what they are about to observe will be dubbed by sports writers searching for a good way to kick off an article as the most impressive display in slopestyle competition history.
Parallel with collective expectation the Norwegian Andreas Håtveit jumped out to an early lead, sinking a serpentine 19-foot birdie putt on 18 to turn in a course ...
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