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Pro skier Angel Collinson's line in the recent Teton Gravity Research film Paradise Waits is being called one of the best female skiing segments ever shot. “In 20 years of filming skiing, I have never seen a female skier charge Alaska the way Angel did this year. It is truly mind blowing,” says TGR Director Todd Jones.