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For most kids, spring break is a time to sleep in, veg out in front of the TV and overload on junk food. But for 11-year-old Kai Jones, son of Teton Gravity Research co-founder Todd Jones, this is a week to ski and ski hard. From sending Corbet’s Couloir to crushing the more challenging Central Couloir, Kai is undoubtedly a better skier than most adults. With the mentoring of Tim Durtschi and the unlimited access to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, this kid is well on his way to becoming the youngest professional freeride skier to hit the scene and we look forward to seeing Kai’s future unfold.

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