Freestyle skier completes insane indoor obstacle course

This video captures the brilliant balancing skills of freestyle skier Andri Ragettli as he successfully finishes a complex obstacle course at his Engelberg gym.

Ragettli is a Swiss skier who represented his nation in the slopestyle discipline at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, where he finished 7th.

Ragettli was also the first skier to land a quad cork 1800 (that's a jump including four vertical inversion and five horizontal rotations) and recently won the Big Air event during the freestyle ski season's first World Cup event in Cardrona, New Zealand.

Wondering how many attempts it took Ragettli to put this whole routine together? A whopping 53! Then again, it's not like anyone you know could do it in less, great dedication!

His impressive feat has now been dubbed 'Parkour 3.0'. Want to see some more like this? Here's Ragettli in action last year:

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