John Clendenin 1974 Freestyle Champion in Heavenly Valley Ski Poster
John Clendenin was the 1974 Freestyle All Around World Champion in Heavenly Valley, CA. Poster Size 20 x 30 inches.
As posted on John Clendenin's website, he has made huge contributions to Freestyle Skiing over the decades. All that follows is taken from the website:
"Titles and Awards:
Two-time World Freestyle Skiing Champion (1973 & 1974)
Four 1st Place Ballet titles (1973 & 1974)
Ski Hall of Fame as Pioneer of Freestyle Skiing (2011)
Ski Hall of Fame award as original performer in Dick Barrymore’s The K2 Performers
Ski Hall of Fame, Class of 2013
Appeared and starred in 20-plus promotional ski films
Principal in Summit Films feature: The Edge
Producer, promoter, and principal in the 1974 feature documentary: Winter Equinox
Produced and directed the Clendenin Ski Method (CSM) DVD: Finding the Love Spot
Star performer on the ski deck in the Andy Williams Christmas Special – 1968
Toured in the Harry Leonard Ski Shows as a featured ski deck performer 1968-1973
Cofounder (1973) of the first certification and safety federation for freestyle competition, The International Freeskiers & Snowboarders Association (IFSA)
Founder of Professional Freestyle Association 1974
Author of the Clendenin Ski Method (CSM): Four Words For Great Skiing
Won the most cars in professional Freestyle Competition – Biggest regret: never won a mogul title. Best excuse: the mogul event was always held last and going all out for the mogul title meant risking the overall title and the car.
Degrees and Certification:
Full Certification (Level III) Alpine in the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA)
Black Level Certification in Primary Movement Teaching System (PMTS)
Class A Member of the Professional Golf Association (PGA).
B.A. English Literature, University of California – Los Angeles
Elite A Junior Alpine Racer – Northwood Prep School
John lives in Aspen Colorado. He stays busy running his CSM camps in the winter, teaching golf in the summer and hosting a group of skiers every fall in Portillo, Chile."