Vic Wild, 2 ori a Sochi, 1 bronzo ai mondiali, ha risposto alle nostre canoniche dieci domande.
E' bello che anche quello che è al momento il campionissimo, anche perché guardandolo scendere era una spanna sopra gli altri, ci ha risposto dimostrando ancora una volta che questo è uno sport che unisce e dove anche i più grandi non si montano la testa.
1 Name , Family name , date of birth , profession , usaual spot e/o preferred spot.
Vic Wild 23.08.1986. Professional snowboarder. Moscow Russia and White Salmon Washington
2 Material used: boards , bindings , boots, helmet , goggles , clothing.
Kessler boards, F2 bindings, Northwave boots, TSG helmets,
3 Since when you are on hard snowboarding.
I started in 1993 when I was 7 years old
4 What do you think about new tecnologies: decamber, rocker, taper, multi radius, materials such as carbon fiber and titanal , plates.
Its great to see new ideas and technologies coming out, I am just hoping that someday we will have some new boots that work better than the Northwaves!
5 Why hard?
Carving down a clean slope on an alpine board is an amazing feeling, it never gets old.
I also enjoy competition and trying to perfect my skills.
6 What could help the raise back of the hard snowboarding.
I am not sure, I guess time will tell. But I can tell you that there are a lot of kids in Russia who would give anything to be able to race snowboards…
7 Training techniques.
I keep it simple, just try to get a little bit better everyday.
8 What to say at whom is starting.
Make sure you are having fun with it and if you push your limits every day you'll be shredding in no time.
9 What to say at whom has already.
Glad you are riding alpine and hope to see you on the slopes!
10 Tell us something that we didn't thought.