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FFL Wrap Up: Air & Style

2015-02-24

The iconic Air + Style big air contest went down this past weekend in Pasadena, California. Despite some uncooperative weather, the skiers were still able to put down some heavy tricks and present one helluva show for the viewers that braved the rain to come watch. Although the weather ultimately stopped the contest from proceeding, the athletes were able to finish the qualifying rounds, leaving them with what turned out to be the final results with Gus Kenworthy on top.

Gus Kenworthy: $35,000 - Owned: 75.88%

Once Again Kenworthy came out and proved that he is a must have for any serious FFL line up, taking another win and brining his yearly point earnings in the league to 422 points. His strong performance in the qualifying rounds paid off and proved to be enough to take the win when the rain would not let up to allow the contest to continue, leaving three quarters of the FFL league with a valuable 100 points.

Alex Bellemare $30,500 - Owned: 9.86%

This year so far has proven to be a big year for Bellemare. The 9.86% of FFL owners who claimed him to their Air and Style line up surely were not disappointed when he emerged with yet another big podium finish. This should prompt the other 90% of Fantasy Freeride owners to reconsider adding the stylish Canadian to their line up for any upcoming events.

Jossi Wells: $23,000 - Owned: 10.10%

Coming in with a much-needed big finish, The eldest Wells brother surprised many by truly bringing out the style in this contest and at the end of the day finding his way just shy of the podium. Jossi's small price tag going into the event was enticing enough for just about ten percent of the league to pick him up and at the end of the day that was a great deal.

PK Hunder: $19,000 - Owned: 2.96%

As one of the veterans of the field, PK has proven time and time again that he has what it takes to make finals in any big air contest. But with the influx of new talent in the big air world, less than three percent of the league had confidence in him for this contest. However, the 97% of FFL owners not owning him surely wished they had picked him up and scored the much needed 23 points he accrued during the contest

Tom Wallisch: $21,000 - Owned: 25.08%

Although not normally a big air competitor, one quarter of FFL had faith in Wallisch to have a solid finish in this contest. Unfortunately, this was not Tom' contest, leaving the 25.08% of the league with Wallisch on their team hurting for points.

RESULTS:

1. Gus Kenworthy
2. Alex Bellemare
3. Vincent Gagnier
4. Jossi Wells
5. Oystein Braaten
6. Bobby Brown
7. Joss Christianson
8. Kai Mahler
9. Oscar Wester
10. PK Hunder


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