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Level 1 Super Unknown XVI + I

Level 1 Super Unknown XVI + I

level 1 super unknown

While the on going pandemic has thrown just about every aspect of our lives into disarray, one cherished event is charging through to bring you not 1 but 2 seasons of the best amateur talent on skis. 

After having to postpone last springs event Level 1 is back with a Super Unknown double feature this season at Woodward Eldora (right in our backyard!).

All week long Level 1 will be releasing the new semi-finalist and finalist videos on their website and social accounts. While we wait for more videos to drop take a walk down memory lane to view some of the highlights from years past. 


From Level 1,

"SuperUnknown was started in 2003 to help discover and expose the best unsponsored up and coming talent in the game, and give them a shot at making a name for themselves outside of the traditional competition scene.

The first contest of its kind, entrants were asked to submit a simple promo video showcasing their skills, talent, bag of tricks, style, and personality. No résumés, no still photos, no essay questions- just pure unfiltered video action. Entries were reviewed and judged by Level 1's staff and athletes. The most impressive skier each year took the title and was awarded a chance to film with Level 1 and given a foot in the door of the industry. 17 years deep, SuperUnknown is the biggest and best open video contest in action sports with over 100 entries coming in from top amateurs and the best undiscovered talent around the world."
Mitchell Brower Super Unkown XI Winner
Level 1 Super Unknown XI Mitchell Brower
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Tom Wallisch Super Unkown IV Winner
level 1 super unknown IV Tom Wallisch
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Giorgia Bertoncini Super Unkown IV Winner
level 1 super unknown winner giorgia bertoncini
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To see this years entries as they drop follow @level1 on Instagram and Level 1 Productions website.