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Drone technology continues to revolutionize ski racing

Want to see the sport of ski racing from a truly distinct angle? It’s time to pilot a drone over the top of your local race course. Aerial footage of national team training from earlier this winter at Loveland has caught on at other locations, including Devil’s Glen in Ontario. Sky Eye Media, which specializes in low altitude aerial cinematography, used an Octocopter piloted by Herman Koeslag to grab the following footage of the Devil’s Glen U14 team along with Mary Beth Hemphill, Darquise Denis, and Caroline Bartlett of the Ontario Ski Team.

 

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