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Fantasy Freeride League wrap up: Jon Olsson Invitational


Fabian Bosch - $17,500 - Owned: 1.65%

After being added to the FFL riders list only days before, less than two percent of the league picked up the JOI champion for the incredibly low price of only $17,500. The 1.65% of the league with the foresight to toss Fabian into their lineup before the weekend were ecstatic to be getting those first place points at the last event of the season.

Toring Yater-Wallace - $29,500 - Owned: 63.40%

Coming off a big win at the last pipe event of the season, Torin came into the Jon Olsson Invitational and proved to everyone that he is not just a pipe skier. After moving directly into super finals with Vincent Gagnier he put down a heavy performance and found his way into third place, gracing the podium for his first time at JOI.

Nick Goepper - $28,000 - Owned: 63.79%

Despite the fact that he has been on the recovery chain as of late, Nick seemed to be a strong contender coming into this weekends contest. But unfortunately almost 65% of the league was let down upon seeing Nick opt out of the contest, leaving them in search of last minute points from other assets in their line up.

Bobby Brown - $35,000 - Owned: 39.73%

As one of the most consistent competitors in the field it comes as no surprise to see Bobby finish his late season contest push with a big second place out in ARE. Although his price maxed out this year, Bobby was a must have member for any successful FFL team down the stretch this season.

Vincent Gagnier - $34,000 - Owned: 17.16%

The AFP Big Air world champion started off the contest with a bang, qualifying first and moving straight into super finals in the first qualifying session however when the finals were scaled back to the small kicker Vinny didn't have quite enough to find his way onto the podium, falling just below at fourth place.

Elias Ambuhl - $30,000 - Owned: 7.76%

Elias has had quite the year in the big air circuit, making him a natural choice when deciding who to bet on at the Jon Olsson invitational, but unfortunately due to some less than perfect jumps in the qualifying round he found himself watching semis and finals from the sidelines.


1. Fabian Bosch
2. Bobby Brown
3. Torin Yater-Wallace
4. Vincent Gagnier
5. Oscar Wester

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