Swedish Skiers Use Friend as Ski Jump in Hilarious Clip


| LAST UPDATE 06/26/2023

By Riley Hammond
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@emilgranbom via Instagram

As always, we hope you're ready for some entertaining content. The latest hilarious video circling the internet features two Swedish professional skiers, Emil Granbom and Jesper Tjäder, who have taken the term "human jump" to a whole new level. And the result is nothing short of epic.

Picture this: you're skiing, and you really want to get some airtime. There's just one problem - you can't find a proper jump. But what if you could convince your friend to lie down and become the jump? Crazy, right? Well, that's exactly what these guys did, and let us tell you, it's a must-see. As with any risky stunt, there are potential dangers involved, and we couldn't help but think about all the things that could go wrong while watching this video. What if the jump didn't work, and the skier collided with his friend on the ground? Or worse yet, what if the prone skier got squished? It's enough to make you cringe just thinking about it.

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But despite the possible risks, these skiers clearly know what they're doing and are willing to take the necessary precautions to stay safe. And let's face it, sometimes you just have to take a leap of faith and trust that everything will work out in the end. If you're a fan of the human jump, then you're in luck because skateboarding has been doing this for years. Meet Manramp, the illusive character from Worble, a skate crew. And let me tell you, this guy has been through some serious stuff. In this video, poor Manramp goes through the wringer. Be forewarned - there's a lot of squishing and crushing involved. So, if you're not into that kind of thing, maybe stick to watching the Swedish skiers instead.

Overall, watching the pros put their creativity to use in the video posted by @redbullsnow is excellent stuff. Human jumps may not be the safest idea, but they sure do make for some entertaining viewing. And who knows, maybe we'll see more of these types of stunts in the future. Just remember to always wear a helmet and never try this at home. Safety first, people!

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