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Words: Alli SportsAs fog descended over the mountain for the final contests of the day, Nick Goepper staked his claim to the men's freeski slopestyle win at the Toyota Championship. He jumped out to an early lead with his first run, only to improve upon it with a victory lap that earned him asolid 95.00. He started his run with a 450 on 270 out on the first feature, followed by a front swap backside 450 out, and a switch 270 onto the cannon box with a rodeo 450 out...Read More →
Words & photos by Alli SportsThe men's freeski superpipe final at the Toyota Championships saw one of the closest Dew Cup races in Winter Dew Tour history culminate at Snowbasin Resort in Ogden, Utah. Going into the competition, Kevin Rolland was leading the standings, with Torin Yater-Wallace just two points behind him. But in the end, neither were able to get past David Wise after he landed a solid first run, scoring a 94.50 that could not be topped by anyone's second..Read More →
Words: Alli SportsThe Winter Dew Tour culminates this weekend with the Toyota Championships at Snowbasin, a Sun Valley Resort, in Utah. The best winter action sports athletes will descend on the resort to battle it out for the Dew Cup in snowboarding and freeskiing superpipe and slopestyle disciplines. Salt Lake City local Louie Vito will be coming to Snowbasin with one goal in mind - to become the first male winter sports athlete to win the Dew Cup for two consecutive..Read More →
Aspen, Colorado is crawling with top athletes from all over the world this week. The madness begins Thursday at Buttermilk Mountain with men and women's ski slopestyle events and the snowboard Real Street urban competition. With the amount of riders that flock to Aspen for Winter X Games, it's somewhat overwhelming (okay, outrageously overwhelming) and definitely difficult to keep track of what the heck is going on in the span of four days.ESPN has compiled a helpful list of..Read More →
Words & photos by Alli SportsTom Wallisch is making it a habit to bring excitement to the final minutes of Winter Dew Tour freeski slopestyle, achieving the highest Winter Dew Tour freeski score ever and the top spot on the podium with his second run. Wallisch tore through the rail section, starting with a switch lip slide 270 on blind 270 out on the top down rail, a right foot forward switch-up blind 450 out of the flat-down and a switch on front 450 out of the cannon rail...Read More →
Words & photos by Alli SportsTorin Yater-Wallace showed the freeski community a glimpse of the future by becoming the youngest athlete to ever win a Winter Dew Tour final during Men's Ski Superpipe Finals today, with Wing Tai Barrymore in second and Tucker Perkins in third."My first run couldn't have gone better, so I wasn't nervous on my next run and just sent it," said Yater-Wallace, following his win. "I went a little bigger, got better grabs and instead..Read More →
In true snowboard halfpipe finals, the 2012 Winter Dew Tour in Killington, Vermont saw some dramatic finishes. When you have such a talented collection of pipe masters, one could only expect such results.SNOWBOARDER was on scene and has the full recap for us below.Words: Tyler DavisPhotos: Owen RingwallJanuary 22, 2012- You can argue that lately halfpipe contests have become too predictable, with straight air victory laps becoming the norm. The..Read More →
With a prime slopestyle course setup, the top competitors went head to head on Saturday vying for the win at the 2012 Winter Dew Tour Pantech Invitiational in Vermont. SNOWBOARDER was on scene with coverage, check out the full recap below. Words: Tyler DavisPhotos: Owen RingwallJanuary 21, 2012- The second stop of the Dew Tour made its way back east for the Pantech Invitational, held at Killington, Vermont. With light snow falling throughout the..Read More →
Words and photo: Alli SportsMen's and women's ski comps went off in the pipe today at Killington. The ladies started off the day with a tribute to Sarah Burke, as they all took a lap through the pipe together and ended in a huddle before dropping in for the official start. Local Vermont freeskier Devin Logan finished first with a run that included big amplitude, solid grabs and smooth flow. She started it off with a huge straight air mute grab to big left 540 tail to flair to..Read More →
The second day of the Winter Dew Tour Pantech Invitational in Killington, Vermont wrapped up on Friday with men's snowboard slopestyle and halfpipe semi-finals. The top qualifiers went up against the best in semis with a new coat of snow on the ground. Check the full recap and results from Alli Sports below.Photo courtesy of Alli, rider Matt LadleyWords: Alli SportsWith a few inches of fresh snow on the ground, we got started early this morning..Read More →
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