Tanner Hall is one of the biggest names in the freeskiing world. Everyone knows him and everyone wants to meet him. He’s been a big part of Red Bull’s freeskiing side for a long time as well, 11 years, but they’ve decided to drop him from their ranks. Here’s what he had to say on his twitter:
“After 11 years of hard work for Red Bull and everything I have done and been through the[y] decided to drop me last night.”
Red Bull also published a statement : “After 11 remarkable years together, Red Bull and Tanner Hall have decided to part ways. Red Bull would like to thank Tanner for his achievements including multiple gold medals, a slew of amazing video parts and countless awards and accolades. We wish Tanner the best of luck in all his future endeavors.”
Seems like Tanner isn’t too happy about it but I guess that’s not surprising. He’s had one hell of a career, that’s still continuing, but also had some bad injuries. He hasn’t been back from them too long and then this happens. I guess the only thing to do is to go and win a comp like The North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand. And that’s exactly what he did!