FULL SEGMENT: 2012 Kings and Corn (Flow State)
On the heels of a disappointing 2011 season which ended in a crash when he sustained a concussion during a training run on the Stelvio course at Bormio, Marco Sullivan took a break from bashing gates and, along with fellow racer Daron Rahlves, went up to Alaska for some king salmon fishing and corn-snow heli-skiing adventures. Better yet, they were hosted by Tommy Moe, who after a long career on the U.S. Ski Team, retired to Alaska where he founded the Tordrillo Mountain Lodge.
With a floatplane, helicopter, and a slew of fishing boats at their disposal, these three World Cup racers slide into summer with some good ol’ carving and casting.
Photo cred: Jeff Engerbretson
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