Blister Summit Athlete Panel: Elyse Saugstad, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, & Pep Fujas

At our Blister Summit, we talked to Elyse Saugstad, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, and Pep Fujas about this unusual ski season; the evolution of the ski industry; their best advice to aspiring pros; thoughts on ski gear; and more.

  • How different or similar has this ski season been for you? (0:00​)
  • With so many remarkable moments in your careers so far, does one stand out? (8:55​)
  • What evolution in the ski industry are you happiest about? (18:20​)
  • What change in the ski industry are you less psyched about? (30:33​)
  • Questions you get asked the most & best advice you give to aspiring pros? (38:51​)
  • Most valuable 1 or 2 lessons you’ve learned so far in your career? (45:43​)
  • What has surprised you most in your career? (54:53​)
  • How much work do you put into making your personal ski boots fit well? (1:02:53​)
  • How much do you rely on / work with guides when in the backcountry, heli skiing, etc.? (1:06:20​)

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1 comment on “Blister Summit Athlete Panel: Elyse Saugstad, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, & Pep Fujas”

  1. This is your best one yet, bar none. I’m not the best skier in the world, neither are my friends, so I’ve never had the answers to my ski questions given to me in such a concise way. ie. what do you prefer to ski on boot/ski/binding combo = race boot equivalent + heavy solid ski + Cast binding. I bought some Atomic Backland 95 / Marker Alpinist / Rossignol AllTrack 130 nice snow good / bad snow sketchy. I thought is was just me, too funny. Now if I could just get strong enough to tour on my Rossignol Black Ops, that would be perfect.

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