To become a legend in a sport takes passion, skill and perseverance. The weak don’t survive. The undedicated wash up. Through the different faces of Chris Davenport, we reveal who he is and his equation for success.
Chris Davenport has been a recognized face in skiing for almost two decades.
POV footage of Davenport and his crew full out Rock N Roll skiing down a steep face.
Dav captures what could be the best POV shot ever while shredding some early season powder.
Dav loads up with multiple GoPro’s in order to capture every angle in attempt to get the shot.
Dav climbs within striking distance of completing the Centennial peaks of Colorado.
After going through the difficult task of climbing a Centennial peak, Dav enjoys the journey down.
As pressure builds to ski, the crew makes it to new terrain, only to deal with a class 2 avalanche.
Both Dav and Parker enjoying the fruits of their labor as getting to the top was a major mission.
With the intention of finding new terrain to ski, Chris heads north of the Arctic Circle.
Dav gets after it at 2 a.m. in the morning in near perfect conditions north of Svalbard.
An intimate look at the home life of Dav, as he balances father duties with being of a pro skier.
Davenport shows off his extensive knowledge of the environment that has made him who he is today.
For Chris Davenport, a critical part of his success has been integration into the industry itself.
Chris puts on his engineering hat; building his own pair boots and freeride skis.
Chris Davenport returns to Bella Coola, a zone he last skied with his friend Doug Coombs in 2007.
When their plans are quickly compromised, a storm leaves them tent bound for four straight days.
Through the different faces of Chris Davenport, we reveal who he is and his equation for success.