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Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth, California2015-02-09
Due to strong winds and other inclement weather, the U.S. Grand Prix stop in Mammoth, California turned out to be far different than initially expected. The slopestyle portion of the event was cancelled completely and only pipe qualifications managed to be held, which would eventually be used as the final results for the contest. Anyone with a slopestyle heavy roster for this event is sure to be feeling the hurt brought on by the weather at the contest, where those who put more focus on the pipe side of things are reaping the benefits.
Justin Dorey: "Bone" has been known to dominate the qualification process of competitions throughout his career. Typically, Dorey manages to put down a very solid run in qualification, but rarely makes it atop the podium at the end of the day. Thanks to the heavy wind in Mammoth, his score of 91.00 managed to hold up as the winning score, rewarding the 2.44% percent of Fantasy Freeride League (who paid only $18,500) with Dorey on their team with a well-deserved 100 points.
Kyle Smaine: Smaine has steadily been rising through the ranks of the competitive halfpipe scene over recent years. After a first place finish at this year’s FIS World Championships it would have seemed that more than 0.73% of the Fantasy Freeride League community would have picked this dark horse for their Grand Prix Line up.
Torin Yater-Walace: After being forced out of competition during X Games due to a minor head injury, over half, 67.29% to be exact, of the Fantasy Freeride League community had faith that Yater-Wallace would be back, seeking vengeance in the Mammoth pipe. However, TYW decided to opt out of the Grand Prix event for whatever reason, leaving the majority of the league to miss out on those vital mid season points.
1. Justin Dorey
2. David Wise
3. Gus Kenworthy
4. Mike Riddle
5. Kyle Smaine
Maddie Bowman: 60.23% of FFL seems to have caught on to Bowman's domination of the women's halfpipe contest circuit, and rightfully so. Now, three contests into the season she is reporting a perfect season with wins at Dew Tour, X Games and now the Grand Prix. As far as we can see, Bowman seems to be as close to a "sure thing" as you can really expect in the contest scene and she doesn't seem to be wavering anytime soon.
Janina Kuzma: Kuzma has been scoring solid finishes in just about every contest leading up to the Grand Prix, so, this second place finish should come as no surprise to those paying close attention to the competition circuit. Surprisingly, only 4.46% of the League had the foresight to add this heavy hitter to their line up in time to cash in on those second place earnings.
Brita Sigourney: With a solid third place performance a few weeks back at X Games, it would have seemed that Sigourney was back and raring to go for another podium finish, but with the severe weather that usually sunny Mammoth provided, Sigourney opted to pull out of the contest, leaving the 6.98% of FFL having her on their teams hurting for points.
1. Maddie Bowman
2. Janina Kuzma
3. Devin Logan
4. Cassie Sharpe
5. Angeli Vanlaanen
6. Zyre Austin
7. Jamie Crane-Mauzy
8. Jeanee Crane-Mauzy
9. Isabelle Hansen
10. Brittany Hawes
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