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A Visit To Utah Olympic Park

SKI TRAINING.... looking at the skiers skiing down from that height gives me the thrills!  Really have to admire their guts, not easy now that I see them for real.  Certainly an eye opener for me....
We came by to visit the US Olympic Training site for skiers....
Good place to visit especially those into skiing... 

Skiers getting ready... up and up they went... 
Now I spot one of them.... and took some videos.... 

Certainly one of the spotlight in Utah not to be missed.... 
A real sunny day for practice...  and to take pictures!




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  1. It's amazing what the skiers can do. So brave and so talented!

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  2. Not sure I dare to try but it is not like we get such rare opportunity. I would want to try it, at least once.

    Skied before in Korea, on the real mountain slope. Cant remember how many times I walked up the slope and fall on the way down. Haha. But it was fun.

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  3. is it open for the public to try?

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  4. Skied twice, once in Canada and once in Korea. The Korea one, I remembered I ended up bumping into a tree trunk. So embarrassing!

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  5. Wow, this is very cool! I did not even know this is a place you could visit. They are so brave. And your video is just perfect, look at him spinning in mid-air!!

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