コスプレで令和の初滑り楽しむ 日本一早くスキー場オープン 富士山2合目
An inquisitive echidna was attracted to a snowboarder who was filming in the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, on September 12.Nathan Louis was building a snowboarding jump on a slope in Kosciuszko National Park, when the curious echidna appeared next to him and took a liking to his camera.“I had to sit very still to get the video”, Louis told Storyful. The echidna can be seen staring into the camera lense before climbing over a branch to get a closer look.“Such a curious little fella ! He knew I was there and wanted to say, ‘Hey’. It made my day,” Louis said.“I feel like this little guy was posing a bit for the camera”.The spiny creature soon decided the spotlight was no longer its calling and exited back into the bush again. Credit: Nathan Louis via Storyful (Original Title: Curious Echidna Takes Liking to Man Filming in Snowy Mountains, Australia)
This guy was trying to land a jump on top of chalet while snowboarding. However, he toppled off the edge and fell into the thick layer of snow below. (Original Title: Snowboarder Falls While Trying to Land a Jump on Chalet Top)
Occurred on April 13, 2019 / Val d'Aran, Spain Info from Licensor: "A huge avalanche almost buried me but I floated on top of it and everything turned out okay, even though I was very scared. This was in the valley of Aran." (Original Title: Avalanche Almost Buries Snowboarder Alive)
A high octane finale for a snowboarder who managed to glide across an artificial pond at the bottom of the slope then finished it off with a spectacular flip over the weekend (April 13). The footage, shot at China Peak ski resort in California, shows the high octane athlete clear a three-foot deep, 60-foot long pond at the bottom of the slope - if that's not enough he executes a flip on his exit. Moving at speeds of "roughly" 40mph (64kph), the snowboarder completes the pond in a manoeuvre known as "skimming" and pulls off a frontflip, which is also known as a "tamedog." The filmer said: "[It's] an unbelievably difficult trick to pull off on a jump, even harder on flat land and near impossible out of the lip of a water-filled tarp." (Original Title: Snowboarder clears 60ft pond before somersaulting at California ski resort)
Shaun White sits down for lunch in Beverly Hills, CA
Olympic gold medal snowboarder Shaun White sits down for lunch with a friend in Beverly Hills.
Occurred on March 24, 2019 / Minnesota, USA Info from Licensor: "Henry's last day at Afton Alps he decided to ride the chairs to earn a hamburger. Previous attempts were a success, but once the camera came out, he failed under pressure. Filming pressure is a real issue, especially in snowboarding." (Original Title: Snowboarding Over Chairs Fail)
Hail Yeah: Snowboarder Surfs Down San Jose Street on Bed of Hailstones A snowboarder made the most of a wild hailstorm that covered a San Jose street in a thick layer of hailstones on Sunday, March 10. Locals took to social media to show their surprise after the storm, with many sharing images and videos of blankets of hail resembling snow. This footage, provided by local man Aaron Scheid, shows a snowboarder sliding down a hail-covered street in San Jose. The storm brought lightning and thunder to parts of California’s Bay Area. Credit: Aaron Scheid via Storyful c 米太平洋岸カリフォルニア州中部サンノゼ。穏やかな気候で知られるシリコンバレーの中心都市は3月10日、気圧の谷が同地を通過した影響で街にはヒョウが降り、道路は真っ白。 突然のヒョウにトライバーは難渋したようだが、喜んだのはスノーボーダー。坂道を利用して、予想外のスノーボードを楽しんだようだ。 この日のベイエリアは、雷も発生して、不安定な気象状態が続いた。 （アメリカ、サンノゼ、3月12日、映像：Aaron Scheid via Storyful/AFLO）
Occurred on March 11, 2019 / Vernon, New Jersey, USA Info from Licensor: "This is a video of me snowboarding at Mountain Creek in Vernon, New Jersey. I hit this rail and fell. It was on Monday, March 11, 2019. My friend Steven took the video." (Original Title: Rail Fail)
A snowboarder riding through woodland at the Northstar resort near Truckee, California, on March 8 encountered a black bear making its way up a tree.A writer for SnowBrains.com, a website that publishes snow reports and articles about winter sports, shot the video. Reporting the incident, the website said, “if you have ever felt alone on the slopes, now this cute bear can keep you a company.” Credit: Andrei Morozov via Storyful (Original Title: Snowboarder Encounters Bear in Woods at Californian Ski Resort)
Residents in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, took to the city’s hills to enjoy the snow on Tuesday, February 12, amid a rare winter storm.Video posted to Instagram shows a snowboarder doing a flip off of a makeshift ramp in the middle of Queen Anne Avenue.Seattle received another several inches of snow on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service, who measure six inches at nearby SeaTac Airport. This adds to the accumulation over the past week, after a series of storms dumped fresh snow throughout the Pacific Northwest.The sudden snow has stranded Seattleites at home, caused roofs to collapse, and created hazardous travel conditions throughout western Washington. Credit: Elizabeth Russo via Storyful (Original Title: Snowboarder Lands Flip Off Makeshift Snow Jump in Seattle's Queen Anne)
This snowboarder's first attempt at a front flip off a ramp in snow didn't turn out so well. He flew off the ramp and landed clumsily into the thick snow. (Original Title: Snowboarder Tumbles in Snow Trying Front Flip Jump off Ramp)
Occurred on January 31, 2019 / Newquay, England, UK Info: "When you really want to go down the street but its snowing, you arrange whatever transport you can." (Original Title: Doggy Powered Snowboard)
Avalanche Triggered to Protect Teams Recovering Body on Utah Mountain Rescue teams recovered the body of a snowmobiler on January 26 after he was killed when an avalanche struck in the La Sal mountains in eastern Utah the day before. This footage shows an avalanche triggered by explosives in order to protect rescue teams who were working to recover the body, the Utah Avalanche Centre said. Credit: Eric Trenbeath, Utah Avalanche Centre via Storyful c 米西部ユタ州のラ・サール山脈で1月25日、スノーボーダーが1人雪崩に巻き込まれて死亡した。 事故の翌日、スノーボーダーの遺体を回収するチームが事故現場に向かったが、新たな雪崩が発生する危険があったことから、ユタ州雪崩センターが爆薬を使って人工的に雪崩を誘発させ、遺体は無事回収された。 （アメリカ、ユタ州、1月30日、映像：Eric Trenbeath, Utah Avalanche Centre via Storyful/AFLO）
A group of friends at a Czech ski resort spotted a snowboarder using an ingenious way to climb back up the slope, in a hilarious clip from January 19. The filmers observed the snowboarder from a ski lift adjacent to the slope, and saw him lying face-down in the snow being dragged by a cable attached to the ski lift, pulling him up the hill. The filmer commented: "At first I thought he fell off, but then I realized that it is just his unusual style of getting to the top of the slope so I reached for my iPhone and started filming!" (Original Title: Lazy snowboarder takes the drag lift to a whole new level)
Starksy, the cheerful golden retriever, ran around in the snow as their human held onto their leash while snowboarding. (Original Title: Dog Runs in Snow as Owner Snowboards Holding Their Leash)
This snowboarder was snowboarding in a ski resort in Utah when an avalanche happened. Thankfully, nobody got injured in this incident. (Original Title: Snowboarder Gets Caught in Avalanche)
This young snowboarder scorpioned into the snow after her first attempt at grinding on a rail. However, she redeemed herself on her second attempt and slid down the bar successfully. (Original Title: Snowboarder Grinds on Rail Successfully After Initial Failed Attempt)
While snowboarding down the Highlands Bowl Mountain, Shane Serrano captured some majestic views of Aspen, Colorado.With a Rylo 360 Camera mounted on his helmet, Serrano captured his quick descent down the mountain, past powdery snow and pine trees.In the caption of his upload to Instagram, Serrano wrote, “This is truly the stuff that dreams are made of, I’ll be thinking about this run all winter.” Credit: Shane Serrano via Storyful (Original Title: Adventurous Aspen Snowboarder Records Downhill Run)
This snowboarder was caught by surprise when they crashed into a park bench. Hilariously, they slid down a snowy hill before running into and flipping over the bench. (Original Title: Snowboarder Crashes into Park Bench)
This snowboarder wanted to try something unique when hitting the slopes in Oregon. Amazingly, they jumped off a ramp and did a backside double cork 1080 flip before sticking the landing and speeding down the mountain. (Original Title: Snowboarder Does Backside Double Cork 1080 Flip in Air)
Hilarious Pond Skimming Fail -- These hilarious clips taken by avid skier, Jake Strassman, show just how many times it's possible to fail at pond skimming. Pond skimming is a form of skiing or snowboarding that takes place across water. It usually happens at the end of ski season when the snow melts enough to create puddles or expose natural ponds or rivers. Feeling gallant, and probably a little ski-drunk, the skiers at Arapahoe Basin in Colorado take to the slopes to try and make it across the water without falling in. ロッキー山脈の麓、米中西部コロラド州のアラパホー・ベイシン・スキー場で今シーズンの名残りの雪を楽しむスキーヤーとスノーボーダー。 彼らがやっているのはポンド・スキミングで、池に張った氷が溶けかけるタイミングで池の上をスキーやスノーボード滑る遊び。水切り遊びで石が水面を跳ねるように、氷面を滑って対岸に辿り着こうというもの。 （アメリカ、アラパホー・ベイシン、６月20日、映像：Caters/AFLO）
After seeing a bunch of skiers jump through a ring of fire, this snowboarder was confident that he could do it too. Unfortunately, he wound up knocking the ring over after he crashed into it instead of looking cool like the skiers. (Original Title: Snowboarder Tries to Jump Through Ring of Fire)
These talented snowboarders visited the Hatcher Pass road gap in Alaska. After riding down the mountain, they flew off a large rock that overhung a road and soared over the passing cars below them. (Original Title: Snowboarders Jump Over Road Gap)
This guy was a big fan of wrestling, so he had the bright idea to demonstrate some stunts he was working on while on a snowboarding trip. After setting up a table next to a ramp, he flew in the air while on his board and broke the table in half. (Original Title: Snowboarder Breaks Table)
This snowboarder knew exactly what they were doing when they performed stunts on an obstacle course at a ski resort. Amazingly, they did expert flips and grinds through obstacles and performed stunts with flair. (Original Title: Snowboarder Expertly Speeds through Obstacle Course)
This guy got on his snowboard and sped through a forest in Chamonix, France. After soaring downhill and weaving past large trees, he threw his selfie stick into the air in celebration. (Original Title: Guy Soars Through Forest on Snowboard)
Avalanche in the Heart of the Pyrenees December 19, 2017 Baqueira Bere, Val d'Aran, Catalonia, Spain The avalanche happened in the heart of the Pyrenees while we were filming for our next snowboard documentary film. Athleta is a 28-year-old local rider at Baqueira Beret who has participated in several Freeride World Qualifier events. What 'Alfons Garcia' didn't expect is that he was going to live an intense experience in what seemed like an idyllic backcountry day. After jumping a rock from the top of the slope and making a turn, the top plate of snow cracked causing an avalanche just above him. Luckily there was no damage and everything was documented by Victor De Ciria since the Aranese rider was faster than the avalanche, but it serves as an example to take into account the dangers that we expose ourselves whenever we go out to enjoy snowboarding off-piste." Rider: @alfons.garcia Filmer: @tothetopfilms
スノーボーダーに衝突したスキーヤー ロシア ソチ (2017年12月18日)
This snowboarder was recording himself going down the slope when a skier wiped out behind him and crashed into him. Luckily, they were both okay in the end.Action happens at 1:22. (Original Title: Skier Crashes Into Snowboarder)
山で大ジャンプ成功のスノーボーダー カナダ ウィスラー (2017年11月30日)
These two snowboarders were making their way down a mountain when one of them jumped off of a high ridge. After he successfully landed on his feet, they cheered in excitement.
住宅エリアを自由自在に滑走するスノーボーダー オーストラリア ビクトリア ハザム・ハイツ ハザム山 2017年４月23日
These guys strapped on their snowboards and navigated themselves through the narrow spaces of a residential area. They jumped over some sheds and made some sharp turns before exiting the to an open slope.
山を滑り降りるスノーボーダー カナダ ウィスラー (2017年３月31日)
This snowboarder decided to perform some tricks while riding down the side of a mountain range. With the snow whipping up around him, he pulled off small jumps and twists on his board.
This guy was skiing down a mountain in Krasnodar Krai when he lost his balance and tumbled down the slope. After losing one of his skis, he crashed into a snowboarder before eventually coming to a stop. (Original Title: Skier Tumbles Down Mountain and Crashes Into Snowboarder)
This snowboarder thought he could fly out of a cabin window with ease. However, he misjudged his line of sight and ended up crashing into the wall.
A snowboarder's failed attempt at riding the ski lift in Bulgaria. "This was Darren’s first snowboarding trip to Bansko in Bulgaria in February 2016," said the filmer. "He had a few lessons in the UK, [but] the most important one he missed was how to ride the button/poma lift!!" (Original Title: Snowboard lift fail)
Snowfall on the road to Falls Creek in Victoria
July 13,2016. Fresh snowfall is seen on the road towards Mount Beauty and Falls creek in Northeastern Victoria. Thousands of Victorian properties are without power due to blustery conditions as a cold front moves over the state. (AAP Video/Alex Murray)
スノーボーダーのコーヒーの飲み方 スヴァールバル諸島 (2016年５月６日)
This snowboarder woke up bright and early to shred the slopes. However, he wanted to drink a cup of coffee like a proper gentleman to wake himself up. As he slid down the mountain and did a backflip, he took a sip of some caffeine and continued his merry morning.
While trying to get back into his snowboard bindings, this guy ended up losing his footing and began to haphazardly slide down the mountain. The snowboarder somehow managed to walk away from the treacherous slide, even though he came close to hurting himself numerous times.
One-year-old Sloan Henderson is a budding snowboarding sensation. In this video, she shreds the slopes of Park City, Utah with skill and ease. She is certainly a promising athlete to watch out at Winter X Games to come!
特別料金 スノーボーダーが雪崩に巻き込まれる瞬間 幸い無事 アメリカ （2016年１月15日）
Christian Michael Mares caught in avalanche 2016. Go Pro and iPhone angle Description Info: Dual footage. GoPro footage of Christian Michael getting caught and swimming an avalanche, as well as an Iphone's Vantage Point capture of the initial slide. Occurrence Date: January 15th, 2016 Location: Sugar Bowl Resort, Lake Tahoe, California Info From Licensor: "We were at Suger Bowl resort having a great time. We found this bowl that looked like a lot of fun. We took several runs through the bowl taking things step by step. We did a lot of things to see if the face was gonna slide. It never slid. We did know that if anything was gonna slid it would be this hit over the cliff. Every run we talked about what to do and what would happen if it did slide out on us. We were mentally and physical prepared for whatever happened next. We knew what the run out looked like and had a lot of discussion about the whole bowl. Then the face popped. I was trying to get to the tree so I could cling onto it but I missed it. So after I went down the chute I was buried about chest deep. So I started swimming and manage to get my self to the top. That's when the snow stopped moving and I found myself on the top." Christian Michael
カナダのスキーリゾートでゴンドラに閉じ込められてしまった二人のスノーボーダー。レスキュー隊がヘリで救助に向かい、無事救出。ヘリから望む雪山が何とも美しい。 While at the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in Canada, these two snowboarders had the bad luck of getting stuck in one of the gondolas. Thankfully, the resort's rescue team was close by with a helicopter to strap them in, lift them out of the gondola, and carry them to safety.
This snowboarder was too busy filming himself with his selfie stick to notice the hole in the middle of his walking path, which he proceeded to fall into and trip over.
This professional snowboarder performed a series of amazing tricks at a ski resort in Colorado. He expertly glided through the snow ramps and did a few rail grinds. (Original Title: Professional Performs Series of Snowboarding Tricks)
Skiers Thrilled with Heavy Snowfall in Colorado
日食の様子を撮影したスノーボーダー スヴァールバル諸島ロングイェールビーン (2015年３月20日)
This guy wanted to know what it was like to snowboard down a mountain during a solar eclipse. He looked up at the sky in awe and watched as a giant shadow covered the powder. He then took off downhill while the natural event continued in his background.
スノーボーダーがクルマに直撃 Snowboarder Crashes into Car
雪のある屋外にて、階段の上部からスノーボーダーが見事なジャンプを映像に収めるはずが、着地直前に運悪くクルマが通過、まともにぶつかってしまった。スノーボーダーは苦痛により悶絶中。 Thinking that there wasn't any traffic around, this snowboarder thought it would be easy to jump over a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, he quickly crashed into a car he didn't notice and fell to the floor writhing in pain.
後ろから来たスノーボーダーと衝突 米カリフォルニア州ベアーマウンテン (2013年12月17日)
What started as an ordinary day on the slopes took a painful turn when on a particularly difficult jump, one snowboarder caught so much air, he seemed to defy gravity until he was stopped by the outside force of another boarder's head.
By Federico Cornetto A six-year-old snowboard champion is showing people that she can rock the downhill skateboard just as well. Vasilisa Ermakova, from Moscow, Russia, holds two national records for snowboarding, and has recently achieved a new Russian record for the fastest downhill skateboard ride, at 30mph (48 km/h). Mum Natalya says the young girl practises both disciplines relentlessly for an impressive five hours a day. Vasilisa showcases her skateboarding skills by speeding down a forest road and nailing tight turns on a difficult track. Natalya said: “My husband and I are snowboarders, when she was three, Vasilisa saw us riding and wanted to try. “She immediately became enamoured with the sport. “Then one summer we bought a downhill skateboard and immediately she said she would ride that too. “Since then, her and her dad Anton have been practising and learning together and she loves it just as much as the snowboard. “Vasilisa really likes to compete and she dreams of taking part in the X Games one day.” (Original Title: SIX-YEAR-OLD SNOWBOARDER WITH NATIONAL RECORDS SHOWS SHE’S JUST AS AMAZING ON DOWNHILL SKATEBOARD)
A snowboarder took the direct route on descent after failing to land a front flip from a high ledge. Adrenaline junkie Cody Breaton was travelling through Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada when he came across this inviting jump. Asking a friend to film, the seasoned snowboarder slowly creeps towards the ledge edge before launching himself through the clear blue sky. Turning twice in the air, Cody isn’t able to stick the landing but lands softly in the powder below. Cody said: “It was a real adrenaline rush. “The impact hurt a little but I didn’t suffer any injuries whatsoever.” (Original Title: Snowboarder Takes Direct Route On Descent After Failing To Land Double Front Flip)
A five-year-old girl surfs the snow like a pro. Vasilisa Ermakova may look like most girls her age, but none of her peers hit the slopes quite like her. Little Vasilisa, from Moscow, Russia, flips, spins and grinds with skill and precision far beyond her years. Hitting the snow at the KANT sports club, Vasilisa gets some major air that would scare most adults, lands some big jumps and boards down the crisp white powder with confidence. The little prodigy’s love for snowboarding came at an incredibly early age as Vasilisa’s Mother, Natalya Ermakova, said: “When I see Vasilisa boarding, I am very proud of her. “She started snowboarding when she was four. “ My husband and I snowboard and Vasilisa also wanted to ride.” Even before Vasilisa’s fifth birthday she was making avalanches in the world of winter sports. Natalya said: “Vasilisa managed to get into Russia’s book of records with a jump on a springboard with a 540 degree turn. “Vasilisa wants to get to X games.” (Original Title: This Is Snow Laughing Matter: Five-year-old Girl Is A Skilful Snowboarder)
A meningitis survivor mum has sacrificed her lower leg in a bid to accomplish her dream to become a Paralympic snowboarder. Marleen Verbeek, 39, from Madrid, Spain, opted the for surgery knowing she could heal herself through being able to hit the slopes and partake in other sports. She was 13-years-old when she nearly lost her life to bacterial meningitis, spending eight months in hospital and needing over 20 surgeries. The deadly infection damaged 35% of her skin, causing injuries similar to a burn mainly to her legs and feet, but also her arms and face. Surgeons were forced to remove sections of her ‘partly black’ and ‘half dead’ feet, her ankle and calf muscle. In 2006, after years of pain and mobility issues, Marleen would later go onto have muscle from her upper right leg transferred to her left foot. But after the pain worsened again, she chose to amputate her lower left limb nearly three-years-ago. She hoped to be sporty once more after being inspired by American Paralympian Amy Purdy – who also battled meningitis. Now with renewed confidence and after a year of recovery, the mum-of-two believes snowboarding is her therapy and hopes to compete internationally. Marleen, an e-coms sales manager, said: “I wanted to be able to play ports, snowboard, dance and after seeing Paralympians I thought I have more leg than they do but can do less. “It was really important to be able to snowboard, I felt it was my therapy. “I knew if I could do that, I could give my body back some confidence and beat it somehow. “It was super hard, I’ve been doing it for over a year, the first time I went on a snowboard, I was in so much pain, but I kept going and eventually learned. “I’ve also recently got a running blade to be able to run and dance, I do it a lot and have achieved a lot in snowboarding too. “When I snowboard, I’m so concentrated and in the moment that I forget about everything and just feel so powerful and liberated, it really makes me happy. “It’s my therapy to help me deal with frustration and pain, I feel exhilarated. “Now I want to go faster, looked cooler doing it, and train for the Paralympics.” Marleen, who grew up in Roosendaal, The Netherlands, was thought to be suffering with the flu in the build up to her birthday. But after blue spots began to erupt over her body a doctor was called for by her mom. She added: “Once the doctor saw my legs, he knew what it was and an ambulance came to my house, by this point my toenails were already black. “In hospital the doctor came in and told me, ‘Marleen we are going to make you sleep for a little while.’ “I felt flat and wasn’t scared at all, I didn’t really understand what was going on, until my father told me, ‘Marleen, you have to fight for your life’. “My father is a very sentimental person and would cry often, I remember promising him that I wasn’t going to die.” The deadly form of meningitis severely damaged her body and skin, requiring regular surgery during the first couple of weeks at her worst points. Marleen said: “With this type of bacteria it can be killed with antibiotics quickly but when it’s dead the damage has already been done. “It affected everywhere but mostly my feet which were black and half-dead, I had damage to 37% of my legs, my left, arm and feet, that were like third degree burns. “My feet were black and half dead, doctors decided to amputate part of both of my feet.” Marleen would relearn to walk but explains how the scarring from extensive skin grafts, left her battling self-confidence issues. Over the years she underwent more operations to reduce the appearance of the scarring but still struggled to accept the appearance of them. Marleen added: “I used to hide everything, feel ashamed and didn’t want to be different, so I would wear long sleeves and long pants.” But after deciding to amputate her lower leg in 2016, the mum has a new-found hope and feels less embarrassed by her scarring. She attributes this to being able to partake in sport, as well as since joining Models of Diversity who have helped her to land modelling gigs. Angel Sinclair, found of Models of Diversity, said: “It’s important that models with disabilities are given equal opportunities as abled bodied models in fashion.” Marleen added: “There’s more to life than having a ‘perfect body’ but if I go to the beach, I’m not the most comfortable person. “I think doing sports have given me more confidence and since the amputation I feel I’ve been able to show others it’s ok to be different. “When I see myself in the mirror, I notice the scars on my legs every time, but now I know they are there to show the struggle and war my body has gone through. “I could have died, so my scars are a sign that I survived and strength, instead of weakness.” Last year, the mum has landed modelling opportunities including in a Mercedes commercial. She hopes that by showcasing more diverse models on-screen and in the media, it will reduce stigma towards disability. Marleen said: “Modelling and snowboarding have been my therapy, they have helped by putting me in scary positions I never thought I would be able to do. “We should embrace our differences and not be scared of them or hide them.” To find out more about Models of Diversity, visit: www.modelsofdiversity.org. To follow more of Marleen’s story visit: www.instagram.com/itsoktobdifferent. (Original Title: Meningitis Survivor Mum Sacrifices Her Lower Leg In Dream To Become A Paralympic Snowboarder)
The breathtaking moment an avalanche broke loose and dragged a snowboarder 100 metres down a hill has been caught on camera. Snowpark owners Felix Ehmann and Mario Grinschgl were snowboarding off-piste in Sankt Gertraud, Kärnten, Austria, and filming some of their favourite tricks when Mario fell on his bottom after a brave jump. But their disappointment over the failed trick soon gave way to fear as Mario’s collision with the snow triggered a small avalanche. Felix could only look over in amazement as a long crack opened in the powder snow and his friend was carried more than 300 feet away towards the distant trees. Felix said: “I did not believe my eyes what was happening and saw that Mario did not know what was going on either.” Felix immediately rushed down the hill to the place where the snow slip had dragged Mario. Fortunately, he found his friend unharmed and amused by the extreme experience. Felix said: “When I rode to him I thought to myself where I can I get the best help now. “But then I saw him laughing and uninjured and I was relieved.” (Original Title: Breathtaking moment avalanche drags snowboarder 100 metres down hill)