Tom Wallisch is Unstoppable
Park City All Star Tom Wallisch is unstoppable right now and we couldn't be happier for one of our own. When Tom isn't traveling and winning gold medals, you can find him in 3 Kings terrain park. This season he has won slopestyle gold at both Dew Tour stops (Breckenridge and Killington). Just this weekend he won X Games gold in slopestyle in what is being called one of the most exciting finals in slopestyle history. Tom Wallisch earned a score of 96.0 on his final run, giving him the highest score in Winter X Ski Slopestyle history. If you missed it, you can watch his run in the video below, courtesy of espn.com.
Mr. Wallisch is also adored by his fans, as seen by winning the top spot in Powder Magazine's Reader Poll at the Powder Awards this weekend. Next time you see Tom lapping the park, make sure you give him a high five. Keep up the good work Tom!
After a hectic freeski season and competing on an injured knee, Monster Energy freeskier Tom Wallisch found some time at his home resort of Park City in Utah to stack some footage before he underwent season-ending surgery. Watch as he displays why—even at half speed—he's still the best in the game. Edit created by 4bi9 Media (www.4bi9media.com // @4bi9media) For more information on Tom Wallisch, follow him on Twitter & Instagram at @TWallisch
Spring skiing in 3 Kings Terrain Park featuring: Tom Wallisch, Jake Doan, Nicky Keefer, Brady Perron and Chris Laker. Filmed By: Thomas Arnell AJ Dakoulas Edited By: Thomas Arnell
The past couple of weeks have been filled with warm weather, plentiful features, and a solid crew consistently getting after it. Here's a look at everything throwing down and keeping things fresh. Featuring Dale Talkington, John Ware, Nicky Keefer, Luka Melloni, Joey Van Der Meer, Dylan Ferguson, Tim McChesney, Joss Christensen, Chris Laker, Karl Fostvedt, McRae Williams, and Tom Wallisch. Filmed By: AJ Dakoulas Andrew Napier Edited By: AJ Dakoulas Andrew Napier
The Grand Prix was an amazing event and it was truly incredible to see what those athletes could do. But the best part is that they left the course up for everyone else to enjoy. Enjoyment might be an understatement though. Featuring the talents of McRae Williams, Lucas Wachs, Joey Van Der Meer, Tom Wallisch, Steve Stepp, John Kutcher, Luka Melloni, Dale Talkington, Dylan Ferguson, Andy Partridge, Dylan Sondrup, and Tim McChesney.
Featuring the talents of Will Berman, Tim McChesney, John Kutcher, Jake Doan, Steve Stepp, Tom Wallisch, Chris Laker, and Joss Christensen.
We're only one week in, and hammers are already being thrown down. Take a look at the first week of IRPC with some ski legends featuring John Kutcher, Tom Wallisch, Jake Doan, Niklas Eriksson, Will Berman, Tim McChesney, Dale Talkington, and more. Filmed by AJ Dakoulas, Andrew Napier, and Tom Arnell Edited by Andrew Napier and AJ Dakoulas
The Winter Games in Sochi are right around the corner, so what better way than to celebrate by shredding Times Square, New York City. A few of the Park City All Stars made sure the locals got a first hand glimpse of the amazing Slopestyle events that will be showcased for the first time at the Winter Game in Sochi. Shot and Edit by Brendan Hall.
I Ride Park City presents Ski! The Movie filmed and edited by AJ Dakoulas. This movie features the skiing of Tom Wallisch, Alex Schlopy, Joss Christensen, McRae Williams, John Kutcher, Dale Talkington, Tyler Barnes, Will Berman, Dave Euler and many more!
Wallisch's new solo film drops on Tuesday, but you can see it before anyone else - and get Tom to sign a poster - at our meet 'n greet premiere party Monday at Legacy Lodge.
Featuring Andrew Holson, Dylan Ferguson, Steve Stepp, Tom Wallisch, Nicky Keefer, John Ware, Will Berman, Dylan Sondrup, Dale Talkington, Tyler Barnes, and Friends. Shot and Edited by AJ Dakoulas
The fourth episode of the I Ride Park City ski series features Tom Wallisch, Dale Talkington, John Ware, Dave Euler, and Tyler Barnes sessioning both the 3 Kings and King's Crown runs including the 80 foot booter. Filmed and edited by AJ Dakoulas, additional filming by Mike McLeod.