John Clendenin 1974 Freestyle Champion in Heavenly Valley Ski Poster
John Clendenin was the 1974 Freestyle All Around World Champion in Heavenly Valley, CA. Poster Size 20 x 30 inches.
As posted on John Clendenin’s website, he has made huge contributions to Freestyle Skiing over the decades. All that follows is taken from the website:”Titles and Awards:Two-time World Freestyle Skiing Champion (1973 & 1974)Four 1st Place Ballet titles (1973 & 1974)Ski Hall of Fame as Pioneer of Freestyle Skiing (2011)Ski Hall of Fame award as original performer in Dick Barrymore’s The K2 PerformersSki Hall of Fame, Class of 2013Film: Appeared and starred in 20-plus promotional ski filmsPrincipal in Summit Films feature: The EdgeProducer, promoter, and principal in the 1974 feature documentary: Winter EquinoxProduced and directed the Clendenin Ski Method (CSM) DVD: Finding the Love SpotPioneering Accomplishments:Star performer on the ski deck in the Andy Williams Christmas Special – 1968Toured in the Harry Leonard Ski Shows as a featured ski deck performer 1968-1973Cofounder (1973) of the first certification and safety federation for freestyle competition, The International Freeskiers & Snowboarders Association (IFSA)Founder of Professional Freestyle Association 1974Author of the Clendenin Ski Method (CSM): Four Words For Great SkiingWon the most cars in professional Freestyle Competition – Biggest regret: never won a mogul title. Best excuse: the mogul event was always held last and going all out for the mogul title meant risking the overall title and the car.Degrees and Certification:Full Certification (Level III) Alpine in the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA)Black Level Certification in Primary Movement Teaching System (PMTS)Class A Member of the Professional Golf Association (PGA).B.A. English Literature, University of California – Los AngelesElite A Junior Alpine Racer – Northwood Prep SchoolJohn lives in Aspen Colorado. He stays busy running his CSM camps in the winter, teaching golf in the summer and hosting a group of skiers every fall in Portillo, Chile.”