Jon Olsson announced in his „YouTube Vlog 196“ that he’s going to do Q&A Livestream sessions on YouTube. But let’s start at the beginning for all those who do not know who Jon Olsson is.
Jon Olsson (born 1982) is a Swedish freestyle skier and alpine ski racer, who won countless medals at various events like the X-Games and the Big Air. He was the best freestyle skier in the world in his active times. 8 months ago, Jon started his daily Vlogs on YouTube. Vlog is the shortcut for „video blog“ and captures the everyday experiences in video form. Originally the Vloggers film themselves with their camera, Jon has expanded the whole thing and look without falling a documentary style and still maintain the feeling of authenticity only in an outstanding quality. Jon is accompanied by his friend Marcus Valeur, who usually takes over the camera and cuts the Vlogs at the end and publishes them on YouTube. His equipment now includes 3 drones, several Leica cameras and GoPro cameras, and several microphones, as well lot of lenses. Jons perfectionism and ambition to get better and more exciting Vlogs, doesn’t stay unnoticed by the community, which is growing with every video. On Facebook he has already nearly 200,000 Likes, on YouTube he has over 300,000 subscribers and on Instagram over 450,000 followers!
In the 196 Vlogs you get a very intimate insight into Jons life and that of his girlfriend Janni Delér. One of his other passions are extravagant cars with a roof box. His new „toy“ is a Lamborghini Huracan with more than 800 HP, which of course needed to be customized. It now has the special „Jon Olsson touch“ – with a winter camouflage wrap and of course a roof box.
If you missed to ask Jon, Marcus or Jannie a few questions, you’ll propaply get some more opportunities in the future at one of their live online Q & A session. The date for the next livestream isn’t set yet, but you can check his channel on whats live? to keep informed about all of his upcoming and past livestreams at once.
Here is the VOD of his first livestream on YouTube:
or watch it on whats live?