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A Decade Of Henrik Harlaut in Video

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One of the most iconic and talented riders of his time, always surprising between future spins and style: Here's a decade of Dollo in video.


2005 : He wasn’t world-famous yet, but he could already stomp a 900 on a quarterpipe at 13 years old.

2006 : A young Swedish fan of Tom Wallisch and Mik Deschenaux rocks the King of Style Big Air event


2007 : Henrik is only 15 years old on this video .


2008 : Henrik starts to get into the scene, but he’s still too rookie to get invited to big events.


2009 : His mentor of at the time Tom Wallisch invites Henrik into the 4bi9 movie « So Far So Hood » and his part is outstanding.


The same year, Henrik stomps a switch 1600 at Glacier 3000 :


2010 : It might be one of the most important edits of all time for freeskiing. The B&E Show 4 drops, and Phil Casabon and Henrik Harlaut have created not just a new way to ski, but a permanent place for themselves as style ambassadors.


2011 : The B&E Show concludes with a movie project, Blackout !


2012 – With Henrik starting to gain some star power, the first fan edits of him start to drop. Cue the unofficial cuts.

2013 : Henrik’s career climax by far. The nosebutter triple cork 1620 and first place at X Games Big Air propels him to nearly extraterrestrial status—E.T. phone home !

Now shoulder-to-shoulder with his old idol Tom Wallisch, Henrik moves on to collaborate with another legend : Tanner Hall. Their collaborationb becomes « The Education of Style. »


2014 : Henrik rocks the Olympics with possibly the most impressive slopestyle run ever, and rocks the mainstream audience by nearly losing his pants and quoting Ol’ Dirty Bastard. He also has time to film with Armada for his « Oil and Water » segment.


2015 : The B&E Invitational celebrates its second year, another accomplishment for organizers Henrik and Phil.

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Henrik Harlaut, Inspired