30/04/2009 | by Vera Jansen
Yes it’s on, but to be honest it was rather a slow start since the hot weather kinda killed the run-in for the day. Meribel banned salt from their resort a while back, and props to them for their environmental concerns. But it was really too slow today for the big jumps. So the crew – Tyler Chorlton, Anne-Flore Marxer, Kalle Ohlson, Gulli Gudmundsson, Victor Daviet, Thomas Delfino and local shredders David Livet and Thomas Gerin – concentrated their efforts on some smaller stuff: handplants, transfers and various flatland tricks. All of these will have an early start tomorow to make the most of the cold window from 9 to 11am. And some additional force is joining to hit the two amazing obstacle the Moon crew have shaped for us: L’Arrogs. It should be fun, so stay tuned!
Anne-Flore Marxer, Matt Georges, Gulli Gudmundsson, Kalle Ohlson and Victor Daviet.
The still-no-named top kicker, as wide and as deep as the US deficit.
Gulli, BS 1 Melon over Meribel.