Skip the Film Festival & Ski Sundance, Steven Nyman Style

18th December 2013 | Kelley McMillan

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Nyman surged from a start position of 39 to win the 2012 Val Gardena downhill. - ©Mitch Gunn

Nyman surged from a start position of 39 to win the 2012 Val Gardena downhill.
Copyright: Mitch Gunn

Nyman surged from a start position of 39 to win the 2012 Val Gardena downhill. - ©Mitch Gunn
Nyman skiing Sundance with his aunt after a two-foot storm. - ©Steven Nyman

Nyman skiing Sundance with his aunt after a two-foot storm.
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Nyman skiing Sundance with his aunt after a two-foot storm. - ©Steven Nyman
Nyman training super G at Val Gardena, Italy, the sight of his two World Cup wins. - ©Mitch Gunn

Nyman training super G at Val Gardena, Italy, the sight of his two World Cup wins.
Copyright: Mitch Gunn

Nyman training super G at Val Gardena, Italy, the sight of his two World Cup wins. - ©Mitch Gunn
Nyman working on his air at Sundance. - ©Steven Nyman

Nyman working on his air at Sundance.
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Nyman working on his air at Sundance. - ©Steven Nyman
Nyman's father Scott gives his son some early race tips. - ©Steven Nyman

Nyman's father Scott gives his son some early race tips.
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Nyman's father Scott gives his son some early race tips. - ©Steven Nyman
Nyman on track to win the 2012 downhill in Val Gardena, Italy. - ©Mitch Gunn

Nyman on track to win the 2012 downhill in Val Gardena, Italy.
Copyright: Mitch Gunn

Nyman on track to win the 2012 downhill in Val Gardena, Italy. - ©Mitch Gunn

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