Just in time for the first big dump of the season, SWOX is proud to welcome two new team members: the Austrian freeride skier Fabian Lentsch and his fellow countryman, freestyle snowboarder Seppl Ramsbacher. The two world-renowned athletes are a strong addition to the SWOX winter pro team.
After quitting the Freeride World Tour, the world’s biggest contest series for freeriding, the 24-year-old freeride skier Fabian Lentsch made his mark with two exceptional freeride movie productions: He spent eight months rebuilding an old fire truck into the ultimate freeride camper van and explored the Balkans and, later, Greece with a bunch of friends. While “Yamas – Snowmads in Greece“ is still touring European film festivals, you can watch the whole movie of “Snowmads – A Journey Towards The Eastern Sun“ on Red Bull TV.
For Austrian freestyle Snowboarder Seppl Ramsbacher, Absolut Park in Flachau Winkl is his home turf. Its collaborations with international top riders, Austrian heros and local rookies have made Absolut Park one of the biggest and best known parks in Europe. The park is one and a half kilometers long and is segmented into six sections, where over 100 hundred obstacles are reshaped daily by a professional team to guarantee consistently perfect conditions. For the 2017/18 season, all lines, from beginner to pro, got remastered with new rails and jib features for all levels. If you want to see SWOX team rider Seppl Ramsbacher in action, get yourself Absolut Park after it opens on December 9th.