The Crap Show Documentary Part 1 (ENG)

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The Crap Show Documentary Part 1 (ENG)

Over the past decade, The Crap Show has made quite a name in the European snowboarding scene. It’s crazy to think this thing has been going on for over 10 years now and we’re still out here, doing what we love the most. Some of you have been following us since the early days, but over the course of time, we’ve gained quite a few Crap Show enthusiasts who might not really know the history of the series.

After a full decade of making snowboarding videos in Laax, we felt it’s time to look back on how it all started and document it in a new web series. The Crap Show Documentary takes us back to the roots of the web series to show you how everything evolved into the show as we know it today. It’s a collection of great snowboarding clips, interviews with key figures and a peek in the history behind The Crap Show. The name “Blume” probably sounds familiar to most of you, but only few people know the man’s story and his deep roots within The Crap Show.

Episode 1 of the documentary sheds a light on Lukas “Blume” Rösli - The Crap Show’s godfather - and how he got involved in LAAX and its freestyle scene. Together with Blume, Joos Caviezel, Roger Heid, James Niederberger and Alexander Tank share their thoughts on the past ten years of The Crap Show and explain how this whole thing became into what it is today. Besides these key figures and Crap Show legends, a few younger-generation Crap Show rippers share their ideas and talk about how The Crap Show dragged ‘em to LAAX - the Mecca of freestyle snowboarding! We’re super stoked to present you this documentary, consisting of 6 episodes in total and would like to thank everyone involved!

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