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Karl Fostvedt was new to the Matchstick Productions athlete roster last season, but that didn’t stop him from clogging their hard drives with outrageous ski footage from British Columbia and beyond. There was so much rad content, the editing team at MSP couldn’t fit it all in their latest movie, Return To Send’er, and had to leave some on the cutting room floor. Here’s all the clips that didn’t make the movie: Karl Fostvedt’s B Sides.

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