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One of the sendiest skiers on the Freeride World Tour, Carl Regnér had a big scare last season when he took a vicious tumble on the flanks of the Bec des Rosses during the tour final in Verbier.

Thanks in part to that gnarly crash, Carl is coming into the 2020 season with a new perspective on how he wants to ski his contest lines. Get a glimpse into his mindset with this new video from Peak Performance.

You plan every detail of your run. Everything has to go according to plan. Sometimes, it doesn’t. To tumble down Bec Des Rosses, one the most intimidating ski faces in the world, makes you reflect. After a crash in the Freeride World Tour finals, Carl Regnér shares his thoughts looking back on the massive fall and on what he will bring to the game for this season.

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carl regner, freeride world tour, Peak Performance

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