Skiers: Andreas Håtveit, Aleksander Aurdal, Sig Tveit
Videographers: Kristoffer Fahlgren, Andreas Johannessen
Team Norway came into the 2010 Jon Olsson Super Sessions the defending champions. The western Scandinavians dazzled JOSS judges and spectators alike in 2009 with a video that featured breathtaking images, some taken from impossible vantage points, of the most sophisticated tricks of the day.
In addition to magnifying the reputations of skiers Andreas Håtveit and PK Hunder for being the best jumpers in the world, the video also established the Norwegian team as the hardest-working, and most resourceful producers around, as well. The video side of the team, Filip Christensen of Field Productions and Jon Håtveit of Skifilm.com, spent all their evenings and weekends at the helm of shovels, light construction equipment, and even paragliding rigs, to propel their video ahead of the pack.
In 2010, Team Norway lived up to the standard it set a year agoalmost. At the event's end, Norway found itself in a three-way tie at the top.
Afte the Overall Impression categorycompetitive skiing's catch-all for judged eventswas applied to declare the winner, Norway found itself tied with Team Newschoolers in the runner-up position behind Team Canada. Stay tuned, those videos are coming soon.