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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia - News
    built with new moulds and plastics Scarpa claim with the changes their boots are finally reliable and will be available in our Spring I hope the release is true and NTN can continue to improve telemark skiing 11 th of July 2009 Kosciuszko Ski School Officially Opens Today the new Kosciuszko Ski School a part of K7 Adventures at the Perisher Nordic Centre officially opened I Instruct Nordic skiing and

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_community/news.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia - Events
    includes Telemark clinics for beginner to advanced levels from accredited APSI instructors Telemark Race Thredbo Telemark Classic fleece jacket more 26 th and 27 th of July Free Heel Backcountry Festival Mt Stirling Next weekend there will be a telemark festival at Mt Stirling and Mt Buller If your in the area make sure you join in Activities include Telemark clinics for beginner to advanced levels Tele cross races on

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_community/events.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia - Blogs
    Mt Beauty Home Learn technique workshop Review gear video Report backcountry perisher nordic trails Community news events blogs About telemark contributors Blogs Blogs of regular contributors are coming soon Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_community/blogs.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia - Contributors
    Level 1 Nordic qualification and I m also an APSI Telemark Trainer Examiner When I m not working I take every chance I get to get out of the resort and take advantage of the great backcounty skiing we have in Australia Owain Williams I like to ski in the backcountry in Australia there s just something about skiing through snowgums that I love You ll probably find me by following the trail of splat marks down a nice freshly snowed upon hill back to camp I ve been skiing in the Australian backcountry since 1997 as well as France and NZ I m a supporter of Broken River in NZ Baron Von Marlay The Baron is a keen exponent of modern forms of ski ing and has an earnest desire to bring these more refined techniques to the Australian ski ing public While he recognises that significant progress has been made in recent decades he thinks that the followers of Herr Schneider s school of skiing have made a mockery of refined ski ing techniques with their overly restrictive bindings Through his thorough exposition of the underlying principles and practical application of the evolutions involved in ski running the

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_about/contributors.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia - Movement Analysis
    or the detection of errors in skiers technique Each video contains notes on which elements of a skiers technique is being worked on and how those elements are developing throughout training Currently footage from this section is drawn from APSI instructor courses and exams which means the notes are for an Instructor standard of skiing For a less advanced skier the movement analysis would be more forgiving 2010 Level 1

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_learn/_technique/analysis.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia - Baron Von Marlay - The T-Stop
    This will cause the ski to turn across the slope Simultaneously he allows the tip of the left ski to meet the right boot and allow the left ski to guide him in a straight line In the plate below R Hocking Esq demonstrates the position adopted midway through the T stop A more emphatic shift of the weight onto the right hand ski would produce a more abrupt stop

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_learn/BvM/T-Stop.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia. Scarpa Tx and NTN Review
    Generation Scarpa Tx fits fine in the Bomber toe piece until you flex the boot that is Without a duckbill the Bishop becomes the most neutral binding I have skied If you hold a good stance and pressure the back ski properly the Scarpa Tx feels like a 75mm boot in the binding but if you make a boo boo you are straight onto the toe of the boot Without

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  • Telemark Phat. Telemark skiing in Australia. 2009 Black Diamond Voodoo, Machine and Havoc Reviews
    but not super stable and very forgiving These skis would be a fine choice for a bigger intermediate to advanced skier who rides his skis rather than driving them There would be better choices for that skier if he was looking for a resort ski but he could do a lot worse than a pair of 185 Voodoos for Australian BC A bit more burly than a Jak BC and heavier but not quite as much oomph as a resort orientated 90mm underfoot ski like a BD Havoc or Movement Thunder Black Diamond Voodoo 175 Dimensions 123 88 112 Radius 21 0m Weight Pair 3 3kg Binding BD O1 with Mid Stiff Springs I found the 175 Voodoo was surprisingly much more enjoyable than its longer stable mate I normally prefer slightly longer and stiffer skis than most in Australian Ski Resorts but this time I found myself leaning towards the 175 rather than the 185 The 175 held a cleaner carve and even delivered a bit of pop at the end of the turn Otherwise the 175 skied like a shorter version of the 185 Voodoo These skis would suit a regular sized version of the skier I d recommend the 185 Voodoo to Black Diamond Machine Black Diamond Machine Black Diamond Machine 174 Dimensions 123 79 108 Radius 17m Weight Pair 3 4kg Binding BD O1 with Mid Stiff Springs The Machine is Black Diamonds hard snow carve turn orientated ski For an 88mm underfoot ski it has a surprising amount of edge hold The Machines flex and turn radius also make it a great performer off the piste as well as on Good edge hold stability a nice amount of pop and an ability to cruise as well as charge makes the machine a good choice for

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_review/_gear/BDskis2008-09-30.html (2016-02-09)
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