Minnesota student creates his own crushed ice course

Updated: Tuesday, February 11 2014, 12:30 AM EST
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BUFFALO, Minn. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - When you can't go to the Olympics, let the Olympics come to you.

A Minnesota college student and hockey player built his very own crushed ice course in his parents' back yard.

Cole Meyer sprayed water on the snowy hillside several times a day for two weeks until it was just right.

Now, he's showing off his slick moves on the frozen ramps and slopes.
Minnesota student creates his own crushed ice course
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