Norway’s PK Hunder is back in a big way with his latest trampoline mastery

Posted By: The Ski Channel on December 6, 2009 2:30 pm

In one of the low-lights of the 2008-2009 professional ski season, Norwegian Red Bull-sponsored skier PK Hunder went down last March with a broken neck that would require spinal fusion surgery to fix.

Although PK would actually ride away after stomping his patented double cork 1080, the Norwegian somehow hooked an edge shortly after landing, causing his whole body to front-flip and bend into a ‘scorpion’ like position. 

After a long time spent away from the snow, PK is back and getting ready to dominate again. The overall 2009 Winter Dew Tour Slopestyle champion is looking to defend his title starting at Breckenridge in 2 weeks. But before PK is going to launch any switch double cork 1260s on the snow again, he has been training in the gymnastics gym where he compiled quite the impressive edit. After watching the clips, I’m glad PK chose stylish ski threads over a leotard. The dizzying gymnastics skills on the other hand, certainly carried over.

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