Freeriding − only a need for thrill? Comparing different motives and behavioural aspects between slope skiers and freeride skiers

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Freeriding − only a need for thrill? Comparing different motives and behavioural aspects between slope skiers and freeride skiers

To compare professional freeride skiers (an experienced high-risk cohort) with recreational freeride skiers (a less experienced high risk cohort) and slope skiers (a low-risk sport cohort) in regard to their motives and their reported accident involvement.

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