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5 Athletes to Get Autographs from at iF3

Complete your collection of signatures!

 

This year there will be no less than 3 autograph sessions so that you can meet your favorite athletes in person and get home with your very own memento.

Signature sessions will be held during the following presentations:

 Screening 4 – Super Session

Screening 6 – Past, Present & Future Freeskiing

Screening 8 – The Grand Finale

 

Tom Wallisch

Tom Wallish iF3

Tom Wallisch needs no presentation. As one of the most prolific slopestyle skiers he earned numerous X Games and Dew Tour Medals, AFP titles and Awards attributed by the two main American ski magazines, Powder and Freeskier’s Magazine.
His unique style made him a favorite for the Olympics but a torn ACL got into the way and prevented T-Wall from making it into the team. Before becoming a competition beast, Wallisch made a name for himself thanks to a series of ski video edits, good enough to get him recruited by the biggest film companies such as Level 1, 4bi9, TGR, and Field Productions. He will be presenting Good Company Two at the iF3 this year.

 

Julien Regnier

Julien Regnier

Formerly at the head of the French mogul team, Julien Regnier joined the emblematic Canadian Air Force to revolutionize freeskiing. He’s the one behind the design of Rossignol’s first twin tip skis as well as the JPvJulien by Armada, which was designed with JP Auclair for the company they co-founded. The Frenchie is active on both sides of the camera. Whether he’s editing or starring, Julien is on top of his game. He’s worked with Up1 and Poor Boyz Productions but this year it’s on his skis that you will see him in Fast Forward from Vecom Video.

 

Vincent Gagnier

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Photo credit: Dew Tour

At the Gagniers, freeskiing runs in the family. Now that his older brothers stepped out of competition, Vincent is taking over with class as he just ripped the gold medal from the hands of Bobby Brown and Elias Ambuehl at the last X Games in January. He amazed us all back in 2014 when he stood on the podium of X Games Aspen without throwing a triple. For the 9th edition of the iF3 Vinny will appear in Blank.themovie but also in the panel of judges for the Am category.

 

Alex Beaulieu-Marchand

Alex Beaulieu-Marchand

Member of the Canadian National Team, Alex Beaulieu Marchand also dabbled into urban and backcountry. He’s no stranger to podiums as he won bronze at Copper Mountain during the World Cup 2013 and silver at the Dew Tour Breckenridge 2013. He finished 5th in Big Air at X Games Aspen 2014 and 12th in the Slopestyle competition at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. He will be judging the Pro category during the iF3 2015.

 

Maude Raymond

Mayde Raymond

Since competition wasn’t really Maude’s cup of tea, she chose to focus on her webisode series and even launched her own brand: MAAD. Designated Freeskier Magazine’s Female Skier of the Year in 2013, Maude also expresses her creativity at the occasion of diverse invitational events all over the world such as the Nine Queens in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria. This native from Montreal won’t be disoriented at the iF3.