Sverre Liliequist Outruns Avalanche while Sending a High Speed Backflip

by Updated December 30, 2014

Second Big Mountain run of Sverre Liliequist at the Swatch Skiers Cup 2013 in Zermatt, Switzerland. He charges the hill and outruns an avalanche slide while throwing a back-flip.

 


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