Shortly after American snowboarder Shaun White dropped out of the Slopestyle event due to concerns about the safety of the course, American skier Bode Miller raised similar concerns about the downhill ski course.
“If you are not totally focused and paying attention, this course can kill you,” Miller told the BBC. “It’s very treacherous, this course has teeth everywhere.”
He reached top speeds of 84 miles per hour during training.
Luckily for the inquiring public, former Olympic skier Graham Bell, who works for the BBC, decided to go down the course with a GoPro camera.
“It’s one of toughest Olympic downhill runs I’ve skied,” Bell said after surviving the run. “I can’t think of any tougher.”
Would you be able to stomach the run?