Alpine

CloudGate Aerial Cinematography, a company based out of Greeley, Colo., spent last Friday (Nov. 15) testing out a state-of-the-art quadrotor drone helicopter while numerous national and junior teams trained at Loveland Ski Area in Georgetown, Colo. The resulting footage is alpine race training from a unique perspective, one most have likely never seen before.

According to CloudGate, the trickiest part wasn’t even controlling the drone helicopter over a busy ski area. “[It] was a challenge to keep up with those GS’ers!” Have a look for yourself.

Flight Log // 11.15.13 // Slalom @ Loveland from Cloudgate on Vimeo

Article Tags: Alpine , Top Story
C.J. Feehan
Editor in Chief
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As a USSA Level 300 alpine coach and official, Christine J. Feehan spent more than a decade training elite athletes at some of America's preeminent ski academies – Burke, Sugar Bowl, and Killington – prior to joining the staff at Ski Racing in 2011. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Skidmore College and currently resides in Vermont.

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