Best Skiers to Follow on Twitter: Park & Pipe
If you're looking for big airs with a dash of comedy, park and pipe skiers are the ones to know. These are the spinning, triple-flipping, most corked-out skiers to follow on Twitter.
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The ski industry’s funny man tweets things like “I wear t shirts with dragons on them because dragons are f*@&ing awesome.”
Grete tweets links to the videos she films with Keri Herman and Meg Olenick for ColdAsIce. She heads home to Minnesota for the summer, so expect to see tweets about wakeboarding and other summer-on-the-lake goodness.
The Telluride native tweets about his travels, with photos of go-karting and surfing adventures. You’ll also get behind-the-scenes looks at the X Games and MSP shoots.
A known activist for women in skiing, Jen tweets about Sochi, halfpipes, and the occasional photo of her abs.
Jossi spends half his time traveling, and half his time at home in New Zealand. Expect a little fashion, a little skateboarding, and a lot of photography.
As a member of the Candian Halfpipe Team, “Bone” tweets about poutine, touques, and other things Canadians love.
Keri, Grete, and Meg Olenick regularly film webisodes that they post to ColdAsIce.tv. Keri tweets about her travels, competitions, and late-night activities: her profile says “Sorry for partying.”
Nick’s heavily immersed in filming— he’s often with @PoorBoyzLive, and he also has his own film company, @SteptNews. He’s currently working on designing clothes for his outerwear sponsor, @thenorthface, so keep an eye out for “park fit” in stores this fall.
Recently married to @bushywane (sorry, boys), Sarah tweets about the X Games, her work as an activist for women in sports, and life in Canada.
Halfpipe’s golden boy tweets about traveling, filming, and photos of massive jumps. Stay tuned as he trains for Sochi 2014.