Team LifeProof | February Antics

The New Year has kicked in and Team LifeProof have been pushing the limits to Unleash their Remarkable. Despite the lack of fresh powder on many of the slopes around Europe, the team have taken on adventures to the peaks of mountains and across continents in search of the elusive playground. Check out all the awesome antics right here!

 

Carro Djupsjo

Team LifeProof’s wake-boarding star was unfortunately injured in 2016 and has been battling against a cruciate tear that completely ended her 2016 hopes. After a year of recovery, Carro is once again ready to show the world what she is made of. This year, she’ll be pushing to claim her title of European Champion for the 5th time. Djupsjo’s first session back on her wakeboard was in Thailand a couple of weeks back. Her big smile just shows how much she’s missed being on the water. Watch this space!

 

Kevin Rolland 

Kevin Rolland came to Aspen X Games in the hope of claiming his 11th medal. Unfortunately, things didn’t go his way, after a huge crash on his first run Kevin pushes through the pain and shows the world why he truly is Living Proof. Check out our latest edit here:

 

Brendan Fairclough 

One of the biggest names in Downhill Mountain Bike scene, Brendan Fairclough announced the most anticipated MTB movie of 2017 and LifeProof are proud to be a headline sponsor. Check out the sizzle below and stay tuned for the LifeProof Behind The Scene’s edits.

 

Jonathan Paredes 

It’s winter in Austria, and it’s cold to say the least. Snow glistens on the ground and the icy chill is numbing. Not exactly the type of setting in which you’d expect to find a cliff diver. But in Thalgau, in the state of Salzburg, stands the Red Bull Diagnostics and Training Center (DTC), and Team LifeProof Cliff Diver Jonathan Paredes has left the warm sunshine behind in order to put himself through a week of rigorous tests and training ahead of the 2017 Red Bull Cliff Diving season.

Photos: Markus Berger/Red Bull Content Pool.

 

Luc Ackermann 

Another injury in the Team LifeProof roster plagued our FMX star. After a failed landing at his home track in Germany, Luc broke his femur and has been in recovery mode ever since. After finally getting back on his bike in the last week he has found his form coming back quickly, check out his first flip here:

Luc will make his first appearance after his injury at Night of the Jumps, Krakow on the 25th March.

 

Youri Zoon 

After finishing the 2016 season in 2nd place Youri is back on the road, following the sun to make sure he is ready for the 2017 season kick off. Follow his crazy journey over on his Instagram page:

 

Adrian Krainer 

Making the most of every last bit of snow at Absulut Park, Adrian is making serious progress on the slopestyle course, maybe it’s time for him to change from big air?

 

Stay tuned for more action packed news from Team LifeProof next month.

 

 

Alan Lund

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