On Wednesday, ESPN released its latest batch of X Games Real Ski edits, offering ski fans a glimpse at six brand new, never-before-seen clips from some of the best urban skiers in the world.

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It’s the second year that the X Games has hosted the all-urban skiing video competition, and this year’s list of contestants includes some of the biggest names in the ever-evolving world of urban skiing.

Tom Wallisch, Henrik Harlaut, Magnus Graner, Khai Krepela, LJ Strenio and defending Real Ski gold medalist Will Wesson all dropped new 100-second-long clips for the contest, and it’s hard to pick just one to highlight.

There’s Tom Wallisch showing off his preternatural balance and ability to dance on rails set over a synthesized beat:

There’s the defending champion, Utah native Will Wesson, with a clip that features Wesson bouncing off trees and pond skimming off rail slides:

And then there’s Henrik Harlaut, casually using a stop sign as a springboard to launch a massive corked 720:

Voting for the contest is open on XGames.com until Sunday, Feb. 26, at 11:59 p.m. PST. Fans are allowed to cast one vote per day, per browser, for their favorite entry.

A panel of judges will decide the medal winners, and the winners will be announced during the “World of X Games” show on ABC, on Saturday, Feb. 25. The fan favorite winner will be announced here on XGames.com on Monday, Feb. 27.