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canadian star spencer o\'brien has high hopes for big air’s olympic debutcanadian star spencer o\'brien has high hopes for big air’s olympic debutcanadian star spencer o\'brien has high hopes for big air’s olympic debut

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Pyeongchang, South Korea-On Monday, big snowboarding players began qualifying to get to the top of the ramp, and the journey included a short trip on the elevator and then a long hike on multiple stairs.
\"It\'s a bit of exercise,\" said Canadian skier Spencer O\'Brien this week . \".
\"We joked upstairs that it would be combined
Your stair time is combined with your score.
Yes, this is definitely something we are not used to and have to climb the eight-story stairs before each jump.
\"Nevertheless, none of the women who participated in the event spent too much time lamenting the long journey.
Athletes like O\'Brien have been climbing the metaphorical ladder of gender equality in their sport for years.
Big skate ski
Among them, competitors launch themselves to jump down and unfold their only best tips-
It\'s a man-
The only event of the X game.
So seeing it debut here this week at the Olympics, where women and men compete in the same venue is a sign of significant progress.
\"This is an opportunity that I never thought I would get into my career,\" O\'Brien said . \".
\"For most of my career, we \'ve never had a big air event for women.
I am happy to see the event included to the ladies and see the progress it has provided for us.
Over the past four years it has been so incredible to be part of a women\'s snowboard.
\"Canada has two competitors to enter the finals of the women\'s competition --
This is 8: 30 on Wednesday. m. (Toronto time).
Laurie Braun, at the event of the opening week of the Olympic Games, pulled out of the women\'s slopestyle course on a stretcher, to win the silver medal, and won the fourth place --
Best qualifying results.
Austria\'s Anna Gasser was first qualified, followed by Japan\'s Yuka Fujimori and the Iwate Reira.
O\'Brien said she was grateful that her conservative attitude in qualifying did not backfire.
Presumably O\'Brien retained some of the more risky techniques for the final, and she managed to secure 11 of the 12 seats in the final.
But in addition to sorting out the level of competition that entered the last day of riding, more than one athlete pointed out that Monday\'s qualifying was the highest level of technical mastery in the history of the subject.
\"Everyone is going all out now.
It\'s really cool when you have this vibe and you ride on this level, \"aubrians said.
\"Everyone starts feeding each other and breaking through their limits.
I can\'t wait for the final.
I think it\'s going to be an absolutely crazy show.
\"We have seen a lot of these skills from certain riders before, but never in this depth.
This is a crazy leaderboard. it\'s just an exchange. stop.
It\'s cool to be one of them now.
In last week\'s women\'s skiing competition, the best athletes were unable to show their talents because of the wind. more than one Olympic athlete said the big air debut was \"a redemption\"
\"In slopstyle, we don\'t have the opportunity to show the world the ability of women to ski on a single board,\" said Braun . \". “We just did.
O\'Brien, who has long advocated gender equality, said that a leap in skill levels may depend on women ultimately having a big --
Show their skills on stage.
The improvement of training conditions is also one of the reasons.
O\'Brien said that most of the venues here can use a training aid called airbags.
Basically an inflatable landing area, eliminating most of the dangers involved in trying to update, more difficult techniques.
\"I think this is a big factor.
Be able to jump without fear of hurting yourself.
You can overcome the first few (tries)
\"It scares you and really drives your ride,\" O\'Brien said . \".
Although O\'Brien says she hasn\'t had an air bag yet-
She said the only person she knew in Canada that belonged to coach Braun --
They are more in Japan. “(Air bags)
I haven\'t had a chance to try one at the beginning of my career, \"O\'Brien said.
\"But in terms of the look, I\'m going to get into one soon.
\"Without an airbag to buffer the failed attempt, the rider would be at considerable risk.
\"You just have to try it in the snow.
That\'s how my whole career is.
\"You have to overcome this fear and leave,\" O\'Brien said . \".
\"When you try a trick for the first time, you don\'t know how it will develop.
Imagine it.
You did all the preparatory work.
But you don\'t know how it will be until you take off and land.
I think it is such a huge thing to eliminate the risk of injury. Braun said, \"(
Training with air bags)
Great help to me . . . . . . The future of skiing will be on airbags.
All the young peopleand-
The new guy trained a lot on the airbag . . . . . . I see how confident I am and how confident I am. (The air bag)
A huge difference.
\"On that long road, those big --
This week\'s air stairs beat another option with a confident head.
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Toronto StarPYEONGCHANG, South Korea-get to the top of the ramp, where riders of the big-air skis start qualifying on Monday, and the journey involves a short trip on the elevator, then take a long hike on multiple stairs.
\"It\'s a bit of exercise,\" said Canadian skier Spencer O\'Brien this week . \".
\"We joked upstairs that it would be combined
Your stair time is combined with your score.
Yes, this is definitely something we are not used to and have to climb the eight-story stairs before each jump.
\"Nevertheless, none of the women who participated in the event spent too much time lamenting the long journey.
Athletes like O\'Brien have been climbing the metaphorical ladder of gender equality in their sport for years.
Big skate ski
Among them, competitors launch themselves to jump down and unfold their only best tips-
It\'s a man-
The only event of the X game.
So seeing it debut here this week at the Olympics, where women and men compete in the same venue is a sign of significant progress.
\"This is an opportunity that I never thought I would get into my career,\" O\'Brien said . \".
\"For most of my career, we \'ve never had a big air event for women.
I am happy to see the event included to the ladies and see the progress it has provided for us.
Over the past four years it has been so incredible to be part of a women\'s snowboard.
\"Canada has two competitors to enter the finals of the women\'s competition --
This is 8: 30 on Wednesday. m. (Toronto time).
Laurie Braun, at the event of the opening week of the Olympic Games, pulled out of the women\'s slopestyle course on a stretcher, to win the silver medal, and won the fourth place --
Best qualifying results.
Austria\'s Anna Gasser was first qualified, followed by Japan\'s Yuka Fujimori and the Iwate Reira.
O\'Brien said she was grateful that her conservative attitude in qualifying did not backfire.
Presumably O\'Brien retained some of the more risky techniques for the final, and she managed to secure 11 of the 12 seats in the final.
But in addition to sorting out the level of competition that entered the last day of riding, more than one athlete pointed out that Monday\'s qualifying was the highest level of technical mastery in the history of the subject.
\"Everyone is going all out now.
It\'s really cool when you have this vibe and you ride on this level, \"aubrians said.
\"Everyone starts feeding each other and breaking through their limits.
I can\'t wait for the final.
I think it\'s going to be an absolutely crazy show.
\"We have seen a lot of these skills from certain riders before, but never in this depth.
This is a crazy leaderboard. it\'s just an exchange. stop.
It\'s cool to be one of them now.
In last week\'s women\'s skiing competition, the best athletes were unable to show their talents because of the wind. more than one Olympic athlete said the big air debut was \"a redemption\"
\"In slopstyle, we don\'t have the opportunity to show the world the ability of women to ski on a single board,\" said Braun . \". “We just did.
O\'Brien, who has long advocated gender equality, said that a leap in skill levels may depend on women ultimately having a big --
Show their skills on stage.
The improvement of training conditions is also one of the reasons.
O\'Brien said that most of the venues here can use a training aid called airbags.
Basically an inflatable landing area, eliminating most of the dangers involved in trying to update, more difficult techniques.
\"I think this is a big factor.
Be able to jump without fear of hurting yourself.
You can overcome the first few (tries)
\"It scares you and really drives your ride,\" O\'Brien said . \".
Although O\'Brien says she hasn\'t had an air bag yet-
She said the only person she knew in Canada that belonged to coach Braun --
They are more in Japan. “(Air bags)
I haven\'t had a chance to try one at the beginning of my career, \"O\'Brien said.
\"But in terms of the look, I\'m going to get into one soon.
\"Without an airbag to buffer the failed attempt, the rider would be at considerable risk.
\"You just have to try it in the snow.
That\'s how my whole career is.
\"You have to overcome this fear and leave,\" O\'Brien said . \".
\"When you try a trick for the first time, you don\'t know how it will develop.
Imagine it.
You did all the preparatory work.
But you don\'t know how it will be until you take off and land.
I think it is such a huge thing to eliminate the risk of injury. Braun said, \"(
Training with air bags)
Great help to me . . . . . . The future of skiing will be on airbags.
All the young peopleand-
The new guy trained a lot on the airbag . . . . . . I see how confident I am and how confident I am. (The air bag)
A huge difference.
\"On that long road, those big --
This week\'s air stairs beat another option with a confident head.
Div section name {display: none; }
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Toronto StarPYEONGCHANG, South Korea-get to the top of the ramp, where riders of the big-air skis start qualifying on Monday, and the journey involves a short trip on the elevator, then take a long hike on multiple stairs.
\"It\'s a bit of exercise,\" said Canadian skier Spencer O\'Brien this week . \".
\"We joked upstairs that it would be combined
Your stair time is combined with your score.
Yes, this is definitely something we are not used to and have to climb the eight-story stairs before each jump.
\"Nevertheless, none of the women who participated in the event spent too much time lamenting the long journey.
Athletes like O\'Brien have been climbing the metaphorical ladder of gender equality in their sport for years.
Big skate ski
Among them, competitors launch themselves to jump down and unfold their only best tips-
It\'s a man-
The only event of the X game.
So seeing it debut here this week at the Olympics, where women and men compete in the same venue is a sign of significant progress.
\"This is an opportunity that I never thought I would get into my career,\" O\'Brien said . \".
\"For most of my career, we \'ve never had a big air event for women.
I am happy to see the event included to the ladies and see the progress it has provided for us.
Over the past four years it has been so incredible to be part of a women\'s snowboard.
\"Canada has two competitors to enter the finals of the women\'s competition --
This is 8: 30 on Wednesday. m. (Toronto time).
Laurie Braun, at the event of the opening week of the Olympic Games, pulled out of the women\'s slopestyle course on a stretcher, to win the silver medal, and won the fourth place --
Best qualifying results.
Austria\'s Anna Gasser was first qualified, followed by Japan\'s Yuka Fujimori and the Iwate Reira.
O\'Brien said she was grateful that her conservative attitude in qualifying did not backfire.
Presumably O\'Brien retained some of the more risky techniques for the final, and she managed to secure 11 of the 12 seats in the final.
But in addition to sorting out the level of competition that entered the last day of riding, more than one athlete pointed out that Monday\'s qualifying was the highest level of technical mastery in the history of the subject.
\"Everyone is going all out now.
It\'s really cool when you have this vibe and you ride on this level, \"aubrians said.
\"Everyone starts feeding each other and breaking through their limits.
I can\'t wait for the final.
I think it\'s going to be an absolutely crazy show.
\"We have seen a lot of these skills from certain riders before, but never in this depth.
This is a crazy leaderboard. it\'s just an exchange. stop.
It\'s cool to be one of them now.
In last week\'s women\'s skiing competition, the best athletes were unable to show their talents because of the wind. more than one Olympic athlete said the big air debut was \"a redemption\"
\"In slopstyle, we don\'t have the opportunity to show the world the ability of women to ski on a single board,\" said Braun . \". “We just did.
O\'Brien, who has long advocated gender equality, said that a leap in skill levels may depend on women ultimately having a big --
Show their skills on stage.
The improvement of training conditions is also one of the reasons.
O\'Brien said that most of the venues here can use a training aid called airbags.
Basically an inflatable landing area, eliminating most of the dangers involved in trying to update, more difficult techniques.
\"I think this is a big factor.
Be able to jump without fear of hurting yourself.
You can overcome the first few (tries)
\"It scares you and really drives your ride,\" O\'Brien said . \".
Although O\'Brien says she hasn\'t had an air bag yet-
She said the only person she knew in Canada that belonged to coach Braun --
They are more in Japan. “(Air bags)
I haven\'t had a chance to try one at the beginning of my career, \"O\'Brien said.
\"But in terms of the look, I\'m going to get into one soon.
\"Without an airbag to buffer the failed attempt, the rider would be at considerable risk.
\"You just have to try it in the snow.
That\'s how my whole career is.
\"You have to overcome this fear and leave,\" O\'Brien said . \".
\"When you try a trick for the first time, you don\'t know how it will develop.
Imagine it.
You did all the preparatory work.
But you don\'t know how it will be until you take off and land.
I think it is such a huge thing to eliminate the risk of injury. Braun said, \"(
Training with air bags)
Great help to me . . . . . . The future of skiing will be on airbags.
All the young peopleand-
The new guy trained a lot on the airbag . . . . . . I see how confident I am and how confident I am. (The air bag)
A huge difference.
\"On that long road, those big --
This week\'s air stairs beat another option with a confident head.
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