So you never fell...even when you tried bumps for the first time? Are pro skiers always in 100% control? Seems they fall a lot too.
Well, let's just take the last week...
It was 5 hours per day out on snow for 5 days. So that 5*5*60*60 = 90000 seconds.
At that resort let's say around 25% of the time is sitting on a chair. (Moving in the lift line and riding T-bars - lot of 'em at that resort - still requires being in control.)
So that's 90000*(1-0.25) = 67500 seconds upright on skis. The skiing includes a range of green/blue groomers, blue/black bumps, blue/black off piste of huge inconsistency and conditions ranged from firm n fast AF to rain sodden sloppy mank, swinging wildly from day to day. This is Australia - it often sux. (Sorry, no pow in the mix - closest was crusty wind blown that broke up into huge plates.)
Had two falls that occurred very quickly. Let's say 1 second per fall which is being very generous to the length of each fall.
So that's 67498 seconds in control and 2 seconds otherwise.
Which is 99.997% of the time. Slightly below 6 sigma (99.99966%).