mogul clinic in Austria

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mogul clinic in Austria

Postby experimentateur » Fri Feb 24, 2012 4:55 am


I'm going to participate in mogul clinics that carried out by in Austria.
And here one can see thier mogul tecnique: ... xRQ#t=242s

Do some one think this clinic will be useful or not?

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Re: mogul clinic in Austria

Postby Jeffy » Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:36 pm

Depends on your skill level. Those guys are solid skiers but their mogul skiing is not high level. They drop their hands after pole plants, hinge at the waist and hinge at the neck (head bop) just to name a few. If you are a beginning mogul skier you will probably learn something but if you are more advanced, you should train with former mogul champions like John Smart or Chuck Martin. But these guys are state-side so a bit far from Austria. Austrians are not known for their mogul skiing.
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Re: mogul clinic in Austria

Postby experimentateur » Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:32 am

Hi, Jeffy.

Thank you for your advices.
My ski level on mogul slopes is not high. I'm a beginner here. But I have 20 year ski experience.
And I think I'm not very bad in flat mogul technic.

In Europe there not many opportunities to learn mogul. USA is too far.
So I think I will participate in this clinic.

May be it will be interesting for you to know that Eric Berthon holds mogul camp in France.
Here is the web page on french language though: ... t1617.html

Also there is Henri Authier mogul camps: ... oupes.html

And Margarita Marblers's husband mogul academy:

If someone know other camps it will be interesting.

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