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I would go skiing, even if I had to pay for it. *Cody Townsend*

Zermatt



Sportheute: What was the most impressive experience on this tour?

Cody Townsend:  The day in Courmayeur. Skiing the whole day – just like that. After an Italian dinner on the alps, the ambiente – staying overnight in these mountains – the snow in the morning – it just was great.

Sportheute: What does this Big Mountain Pro event mean to you?
Cody Townsend: It's my first skiing experience in Europe. I saw a lot of beautiful skiing resorts – the European mountains.

Sportheute: How did you become a professional skier?
Cody Townsend: Since I was 2, I often went to the mountains to go skiing with my parents on weekends. So I built up a special relation to the mountains and to nature. Later, I used to compete in the alpine discipline. But that did not satisfy my, so I stopped. But I continued skiing and somehow came to this buisiness.


fear is my motivator

Sportheute: When you are standing on the mountain. What's going on in your head?

Cody Townsend: To be honest, I'm alway afraid to go downhill. I mean it's always a descent of about 40-60%, and there are many obstacles like rocks, there are gluches and so on. But this fear is at the same time my motivation. It's the challange for me, to do something extraordinary.

Sportheute: After the competition, do you still think about your downhillrun?

Cody Townsend: Just for a short time. What mistakes did I do, was there a better line, did I react in a wrong way, what could have been done differently. But it's only right after the run, later it's out of my mind.

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Sportheute: What do you wish for?

Cody Townsend: Skiing, surfing and traveling! And without pressure! My girlfriend is a professional skier, too, so we can do these things together.

Sportheute:What was the most impressive experience on this tour?

Cody Townsend:  The day in Courmayeur. Skiing the whole day – just like that. After an Italian dinner on the alps, the ambiente – staying overnight in these mountains – the snow in the morning – it just was great. Sportheute: What does this Big Mountain Pro event mean to you?

Cody Townsend: It's my first skiing experience in Europe. I saw a lot of beautiful skiing resorts – the European mountains.


Sportheute: How did you become a professional skier?

Cody Townsend: Since I was 2, I often went to the mountains to go skiing with my parents on weekends. So I built up a special relation to the mountains and to nature.

Later, I used to compete in the alpine discipline. But that did not satisfy my, so I stopped. But I continued skiing and somehow came to this buisiness



fear is my motivator -  Cody Townsend

Sportheute: When you are standing on the mountain. What's going on in your head?

Cody Townsend: To be honest, I'm alway afraid to go downhill. I mean it's always a descent of about 40-60%, and there are many obstacles like rocks, there are gluches and so on. But this fear is at the same time my motivation. It's the challange for me, to do something extraordinary.

Sportheute: After the competition, do you still think about your downhillrun?

Cody Townsend: Just for a short time. What mistakes did I do, was there a better line, did I react in a wrong way, what could have been done differently. But it's only right after the run, later it's out of my mind.

Sportheute: What do you wish for?

Cody Townsend: I wish myself the best things of this world – skiing, surfing and traveling! My girlfriend is a professional skier, too, so we can do these things together.

Sportheute: Do you also want to start a family in the future?

Cody Townsend:  Of course! With children, a house, and all what goes along.

Sportheute: What would you say, if your childreb became professional skiers?

Cody Townsend:  I would give them a lot of support. But I'd be a bit afraid, if they did this profession.