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What do pro skiers do during the summertime? Part 2

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Skiing in Whistler and Australia, surfing in Indonesia and Costa Rica — the fun never ends for the lucky few.

Coline Ballet Baz
“June to October is a period when we are more free with our time. My program will be traveling, hanging out with my friends, hiking, skateboarding, going to concerts and reading. Basically, all the small things that we don’t have the time to do during the season.
Skiing still has a big part in my summer program though, with sessions on the glaciers (Les Deux Alpes, Tignes, Saas Fee etc.), the trampoline and physical training. Last year we spent one month in Australia, a great trip that I want to do again this year.”


Laurent DeMartin
“As far as skiing goes, I won’t do a lot besides the GFS Camp in Tignes, and a couple of days in Zermatt and Saas-Fee. I will mainly work and study ‘cause I’m in school, do some physical work, and skate.“

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Tim McChesney
“Next up my girlfriend and I are heading to Costa Rica and Panama for about a month. This is my fourth year heading down to Central America, and I’ve kind of made it a tradition to head down there and do some surfing right after the long busy winter.
After I get back from there I’ll hang out in Park City for a couple weeks before heading to Oregon to get back on snow. I’ll be spending two weeks out at Windell’s camp for some summer skiing. Then following Windell’s I will just be in Utah waiting for the snow to start falling. I usually spend my down time fishing, hiking and exploring the outdoors.”



June 13, 2016

coline ballet baz, Laurent De Martin, tom mc chesney

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