On the latest episode of the Low Pressure Podcast, Mark Warner sits down with one of the most influential and stylish freeskiers in the world, Jossi Wells.
A tried and tested veteran of the sport, Wells has won medals in all three disciplines (slopestyle, halfpipe and big air) at X Games, along with representing his home country of New Zealand during freeskiing’s inaugural kick at the Olympic can in Sochi, Russia. In addition, he’s the eldest sibling of what could be considered freeskiing’s first family, which includes his brothers Byron, Beau-James and Jackson, all of whom credit Jossi with being a bonafide role model who's played a significant role (alongside their father Bruce) in helping them achieve a similar series of accolades.
Wells has accomplished a lot in his long and illustrious career, but throughout it, there are two things he attributes his success to, above all else: his aforementioned family, and his Christian faith, all of which he and Warner discuss at length during their time together in Denver, Colorado for the Outdoor Retailer + Show Show.
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