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Winter Dew Tour 2014 Recap


Men's Slopestyle:

Though the weather for finals was not as ideal as that of the qualifying, day the men's field was able to put down some heavy runs while dealing with massive speed issues due to the falling snow. Some of the younger competitors came out swinging, including Oscar Wester and Andri Ragettli. Ragettli finished just shy of the podium at his first ever Dew Tour. You'll want to keep an eye on those two for the rest of the season. At the end of the day, Gus Kenworthy walked away with the win, proving once again that he is a must-own on any FFL team.

1. Gus Kenworthy
2. Oystein Braten
3. Nick Goepper
4. Andri Ragettli
5. Joss Christianson
6. Alex Belmare
7. Mcrae Williams
8. Anti Ollila
9. Oscar Wester
10. Henrik Harlaut

Men's Pipe:

This was one of the heaviest-hitting half pipe competitions in recent history, with all of the big names putting down very clean runs. It is clear that a few of the guys have been working on changing up their runs in order to be able to contend with the top of the field. Yet again, it came down to David Wise versus Torin Yater-Wallace, who both put down amazing runs. But, at the end of the night, Torin's amplitude, combined with solid grabs and technical tricks allowed him to come away with the win. Gus Kenworthy finished just outside of the podium. Couple his halfpipe result with a win in the slopestyle contest, and you can see that Gus was far and away the FFL MVP at Dew Tour.

1. Torin Yater-Wallace
2. David Wise
3. Kevin Rolland
4. Gus Kenworthy
5. Alex Ferreira
6. Benoit Valentine
7. Aaron Blunck
8. Simon Dumont
9. Mike Riddle
10. Kyle Smaine

Women's Slopestyle:

After taking the top spot in the qualifying event, Maggie Voisen took the course's second jump too deep on run one, which forced her to sit out her second run and leave the ladies with a wide open field. Kim Lammare, who qualified in sixth, took a nasty spill after the last rail feature; she may miss the next contest, depending on the extent of her injury. All of the other competitors were putting down clean and technical runs, but at the end of the day Breck-local Keri Herman put down the best run, starting her contest season with a big win.

Yesterday, Voisin announced that she suffered a torn ACL, effectively ending her 2014-15 contest season. You should remove her from your team immediately.

1. Keri Herman
2. Emma Dahlstrom
3. Julia Krass
4. Anouk Purnelle-Faniel
5. Kim Lamarre
6. Maggie Voisin

Women's halfpipe:

The women's field was stacked for this competition, and with only six competitors making it to finals, the qualifying round was intense. Devin Logan, who, per usual, was competing in both women's contests, took a spill in practice, which forced her to pull out of the pipe event. Annalisa Drew came out with something to prove, putting down a run with a variety of grabs and different rotations that catapulted her into what we assume will not be her last podium finish of the year. Yet again, Maddie Bowman put down an extremely technical and well-executed run, cementing the fact that she is hard to beat in any contest.

1. Maddie Bowman
2. Annalisa Drew
3. Ayana Onozuka
4. Janina Kuzma
5. Virginie Faivre
6. Roz Groenwoud

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