Summary of Rancho EP#9 "66 au patin" / "66 under foot"

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In this YouTube video, skaters discuss the upcoming Critérium de la Première Neige, a winter skiing event. A new member of the team, Rancho, is expected to be a surprise. The skaters preview the course and discuss the competition. The race begins and Rancho quickly becomes engaged in a fight with Alexandre Pinturault. The last few minutes are difficult for both skiers, but Rancho is eventually able to take advantage and win the race.

  • 00:00:00 This video features skiers skiing down a mountain, and discusses the arrival of Rancho in the group. Some skiers are afraid of losing their positions, but Rancho is expected to move some of them out of their comfort zones. The song "All You Gotta Do is Dance" by the Bee Gees is played in the background.
  • 00:05:00 The video showcases a skater doing a trick in the middle of a crowd. After the skater finishes the trick, someone applauds. The skater then talks about the importance of number 67, which is tomorrow. He then talks about the upcoming roadshow and how it will be different from the usual shows. The skater then talks about the upcoming contest and how it will be important to achieve a good placing.
  • 00:10:00 This YouTube video is about the Critérium de la Première Neige, which is a winter skiing event. In a few minutes, the first race of the season will start. France, who we were fooled by the weekend before, is back in the competition, this time with Alexis Pinturault, Victor Muffat, and Mathieu Faivre. A new member of Fred Perrin's team, who is apparently going to be a surprise, is Jeandet. Gautier de Tessières, who was last rider on the box in 2008, previews the course. Alexis Pinturault is in the lead of the standings, but there is still room for Rancho to catch up. Alone is back in the studio and he is the last rider to start. The race begins and Rancho is immediately in a fight with Alexandre Pinturault. Pinturault seems to be in control of the race at first, but Rancho starts to gain momentum as the race goes on. Alexandre starts to make mistakes, and Rancho is able to take advantage of them. The last few minutes are very difficult for both skiers, with Alexandre almost falling several times and Rancho barely making it
  • 00:15:00 In this episode of Rancho, Maryse skates around the rink with a new, more aggressive style. Despite initially struggling, she eventually gets the hang of it and enjoys the new performance.

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