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What do pro skiers do during the summertime? Part 3

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


David Bonneville
“I’ll go skiing in Les 2 Alpes, Tignes or Saas-Fee, and besides that I’m working with my father at his restaurant to save money for the winter. And I do a bit of hiking and physical training for the winter. This summer I’ll work at my father’s restaurant from June until the end of September, probably October. I’ll spend one week in Tignes for the GFS Camp and spend some good times in Annecy with my friends, skateboarding, chilling by the lake and partying during my days off.”

Urban-freeski-in-france-david-malacrida-23-840x560Johanne Kille
“Coming up first, I’m going to Folgefonna on June 18th and staying there until the end of June. In July I’m going home to work and train a lot to get ready for the upcoming season.
At the start of August we’re going to have a camp in Oslo with the team where we do a lot of workouts, trampolines and other stuff.

After that camp we are going to Australia to ski for like three weeks. I can’t wait to go back there, it’s the best! Then after three weeks in Australia, we’re spending a month at home filled with training and testing. In the middle of October we are heading over to Austria for the sickest camp in the Stubai Zoo Park!”

LSM
“My summer program is super loose, I don’t know what I’ll be doing! I try to keep it that way more or less, depending on what kind of trips I want to do. I got skiing planned in July at the GFS camp and might also go to Zermatt to meet up my good homie Bmack Maxi Smith who works with the park there! Might turn into a little Euro trip I’m thinking.

I’m usually pretty sore by the end of May, which makes it nice to put the gear in the garage and walk around barefoot for a while. After seven months of ski boots, it’s good to let your babies breath and feel. I don’t really go to the gym or anything like that in the summer, I try to just stay active and do all sorts of outdoors fun to keep it versatile. Camping, yoga, football, cruising, editing some ski shots from the season and maybe googling something about a idea of a trip for next season.”

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david bonneville, Johanne Killi, LSM