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FFL Recap: AFP World Tour Finals

2015-04-13

Bobby Brown - $35,000 - Owned: 39.15%

Two for two in the late season contests, Bobby has been skiing very well towards the end of the year and it comes as no surprise to finally see him stand atop the podium. Only one contest remains that can affect the FFL standings and we expect another strong performance out of Bob.

Vincent Gagnier - $29,000 - Owned: 14.39%

Continuing his reign as one of the most dominant big air skiers at this point in time, it was almost predictable that Vinny would walk away with another win at the WTF. Less than 15% of the league put their faith in him to walk away with some points, although we would be surprised to see that number stay as low going into one of the most prestigious big air contests in skiing, JOI.

Mcrae Williams - $25,500 - Owned: 17.85%

Always a contender in any big slope comp, and in this case one of the best bargains in the field for the 17.85% of FFL who put their confidence in McRae going into the AFP championships. His constancy was also proven at this event when afterwards he was awarded with the 2015 AFP Slopestyle world champ.

Devin Logan - $35,000 - Owned: 30.50%

Proving yet again how well rounded she is, Devin came in clutch for those who added her to their line up prior to WTF, picking up valuable points in both slope and pipe showing that she is well worth the $35,000 you must shell out to have her on your team.

Yuki Tsubota - $17,500 - Owned: 0.55%

After a very quite competitive season Yuki came out of nowhere to take the win at the World Tour finals, surely the less than one percent of FFL who had faith in Yuki are very excited she was able to come away with the win.

Annalisa Drew - $27,000 - Owned: 6.29%

Although she started the season strong, showing early on that she may be the one who could give Maddie Bowman a run for her money, her season slowed down quite a bit after sustaining a collarbone injury before X games. Annalisa came in strong up at Whistler, proving she still has what it takes to find her way to the podium.

Katie Summerhays - $17,500 - Owned: 0.63%

Coming into this contest as a major dark horse, no one could have predicted that Katie would walk away from the last contest of the season in second place. For only $17,500 she was another major bargain for the contest, although about half of one percent of the league had the confidence in her to find her way into the top ten.

Torin Yater Wallace - $24,500 - Owned: 62.58%

As one of the top competitors in the pipe it comes as no surprise to see Torin walk away with his second win of the season. In the competitive season, Yater-Wallace is the only one to come away with more than one win, showing he is back at the top of his game and will be a strong force to look out for next year, maybe not just in the pipe.

Lyman Currier - $23,000 - Owned: 3.77%

After a devastating knee injury suffered last year In Sochi, Lyman has been fighting to get back into the higher ranks in the half pipe scene. He seems to be back and completely healthy, leaving us anxious to see what he will be able to do next season.

David Wise - $35,000 - Owned: 57.86%

Although nearly 60% percent of the league had confidence that David would pull out a strong performance at the last pipe comp of the year, many were disappointed to find that he was absent from the field, leaving over half of the league looking for points from their other riders.


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