'Big Air at Fenway' ski ramp 3-times taller than Monster

Expect to see sliders thrown at Fenway later this week.

Boston’s historic ballpark will see Olympic skiers and snowboarders launching themselves down a 140-foot-high ramp and executing acrobatic maneuvers off a jump in the middle of center field.

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Skiers and snowboarders will take over Boston’s famed Fenway Park Thursday and Friday for the “Big Air at Fenway” event.@FenwayPark

Skiers and snowboarders will take over Boston’s famed Fenway Park Thursday and Friday for the “Big Air at Fenway” event.

The “Big Air at Fenway” event, on Thursday and Friday, is part of the U.S. Grand Prix tour and is sanctioned by the International Ski Federation. A grand prize purse of $ 150,000 is at stake.

The ramp, which has already been constructed, stands three times higher than the Green Monster. Beginning near the center-field wall, it sends athletes flying toward home plate.

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The 140-ramp will serve as a launching pad for Olympic skiers and snowboarders.@FenwayPark

The 140-ramp will serve as a launching pad for Olympic skiers and snowboarders.

Sochi Olympic champions Joss Christensen and Sage Kostenburg (who won gold medals in slopestyle skiing and slopestyle snowboarding, respectively) are among the athletes expected to participate in the events.

Skiers and snowboarders will take flight from the 140-foot ramp and land hear home plate.@FenwayPark

Skiers and snowboarders will take flight from the 140-foot ramp and land hear home plate.

The best jumper will take home a $ 150,000 grand prize.@FenwayPark

The best jumper will take home a $ 150,000 grand prize.

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