Skiing stretches back over 10,000 years. Incredibly, there are still some tricks yet to be done. Well, one less now that the Swedish freestyle skier Jesper Tjäder has performed the world’s first ski loop. Originally planned for the Swedish freestyle skier’s “Unrailistic” park, it turned out to be tougher than expected. (We would have guessed impossible.) Still, after two years of hard work, it came together. Now you can see the world’s first loop rail on skis.
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