Boss Des Bosses : Europe's Biggest Inter-Resort Moguls Contest

Photo Gallery : 2006

With all the excitement both on and off the slopes, Boss des Bosses is always a great spectacle. Browse through the various galleries and external links to see pictures of the competition from the last few years.

Many thanks to Jeremy Wilson for the photographs ... click here to view the full gallery.

Also take a look at this gallery courtesy of the Courchevel Enquirer.


The sun shone, the tunes pumped and the bumps got shredded! The 17th Boss des Bosses was a great day on the hill.


Some of the most memorable parts of the day were the Cat and Mouse from Meribel's Magic in Motion, Glenn Plake skiing for the Chamonix team and his wife Kimberly's last run in nothing but a bright orange bikini.

The contest was tough this year and I think we can safely say that Mogul skiing is coming back after all it is the original Freestyle sport.

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Meribel fielded a strong team this year, so strong in fact that they almost beat Chamonix into the final. Fortunately the judges were hungry and thirsty enough to be easily bribed by the Dynamic Lives BBQ and bar.

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Chamonix went on to a convincing win against old rival Zermatt and when I say old I am talking about the average age of the team.

Val Thorens showed uncharacteristic strength in their battle against Courchevel for 5th place and Meribel comming 3rd after beating the "Val Dispaire" team.

The prize-giving apres-ski at the Terasse was a loud affair with resident band "The Juggernaut of Rock" playing on the balcony followed by the presentation of the new trophy designed by Lionel "Turtle" Adam.

The strong of heart and liver went on to finish the night at the Clubhouse were the Hoax threw down another of their legendary sets.

We would like to thank everybody who took part either competing or spectating and of course the Dynamic Lives team and the rest of our sponsors.

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Other Galleries

Click on the links below to view photos from other years ...