The men’s freestyle skiers hit the slopes on Thursday morning for slopestyle qualifying rounds and the finals. They have been itching to get onto the course and compete since landing in Sochi for the 2014 Winter Olympics, but all they have been able to do since arriving is throw down some practice runs.
For Sweden’s Henrik Harlaut, the practice runs have been pretty interesting.
As you can see in the photo below, Harlaut launched off the ramp and was admiring his cruise through the air.
Harlaut stuck the landing, but he unfortunately had an embarrassing moment when the impact knocked his pants to the ground and he gave the camera a full moon that would have made Randy Moss proud. At least he wasn’t going commando.
Let’s hope that Harlaut wears a belt on Thursday morning, because the last thing we need is a wardrobe malfunction during the ski slopestyle finals.
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