FloShocks technology will improve the performance of any ski or snowboard allowing professional racers to outperform anyone in their class.
In the 2000/2001 International Ski Federation World Championship alpine races in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, Swiss snowboarder Ursula Bruhin took home a gold medal using the FloShocks system in the Parallel Slalom race. Not only did she win the race using FloShocks technology, but she set a World Record from her 64th starting position to end in 1st place.
“It was hard work when I got to the start in qualification,” she said, “and the slope suffers a lot when 63 riders have raced it before but I’m glad I made it. It was good to prove that the ISF riders are in good shape as well and can make it up even from that far behind. The course was nice, pretty technical, but I wished we had better weather conditions.”
- Ursula Bruhin
Comments will be approved before showing up.