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Cody Townsend is a very talented skier, and is also apparently fearless, as evidenced by this run through a mountain chute that looks like if God decided to try replicating the awesomeness/danger of New Jersey’s own Action Park.

The footage comes from Matchstick Productions’Days of My Youth,and this line won a big award from Powder Magazine.

I have no idea how Townsend survived this, but he did, and for that we should all applaud him or tweet him ‘good job’ or whatever.

(Thanks to ESPN for sharing.)

Source: Red Bull
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