10 Questions with the DEW Tour Athletes

With competitors crushing it at the second stop of the DEW Tour in West Dover, SkiNet caught up with some of the athletes to get their game plans and see what they like to eat.

These athletes crushed it in Breckenridge in December and with the second stop happening right now in Vermont, with the final stop in February going to Tahoe, athletes are gearing up for a competition-filled season. Get the latest scoop from the athletes themselves and scope out your favorites now.

An Interview with the King of Awe: Simon Dumont

Twenty two year old, Simon Dumont has set a world record, won gold medals and has a documentary in the making. Now he tells SkiNet what’s next on his busy agenda.

An Interview with the First Lady of Freeskiing

The undisputed queen of women’s freeskiing, Sarah Burke, sits down with SkiNet to talk about the state of the ski industry, the Winter Dew Tour, dessert and more.

An Interview with The Wonder from Down Under

New Zealand skiing prodigy, Jossi Wells, is just 19 years old and taking the freeskiing world by storm. What's next for the Kiwi?

An Interview with a Halfpipe Hero: Jen Hudak

One of the strongest female halfpipe skiers of this generation, Jen Hudak shares her thoughts on the state of women’s freeskiing with SkiNet.

An Interview with a New Comer: Tim Russell

The Canandaigua, NY native is making his winter home in Summit County. SkiNet caught up with him to get the scoop on the upcoming season. Here’s what he had to say.

An Interview with the Princess of the Pipe: Jess Cumming

A staple on the who’s who in women’s halfpipe skiing list, Jess Cumming recently caught up with SkiNet while training for the DEW Tour at Copper Mountain.

An Interview with the Buzz Kid: Justin Dorey

He has the ski industry a buzz and placed second in the Dew Tour Superpipe prelims in Breck. His Skull Candy team manager, Jimbo Morgan, says he is “underrated and understated.” Here’s what he says…



An Interview with Sarah Burke

The undisputed queen of women’s freeskiing, Sarah Burke, sits down with Skiing to talk about the state of the ski industry, the Winter Dew Tour, dessert and more.

Men’s Freeski Slopestyle Final Results1. Andreas Hatveit, Norway, 93.00.  2. Tom Wallisch, Pittsburgh, Pa., 92.38.  3. Sammy Carlson, Tigard, Ore., 91.13.  4. Bobby Brown, Breckenridge, Colo., 89.50.  5. Elias Ambuhl, Switzerland, 89.00.  6. Jf Houle, Canada, 84.00.  7. Philip Casabon, Canada, 81.50.  8. Sean Jordan, Scranton, Pa., 79.50.  9. Alexis Godbout, Canada, 74.00.  10. Oscar Harlaut, Sweden, 66.75.  11. Tj Schiller, Canada, 16.50.  12. Charles Gagnier, Canada, 12.00.

Winter Dew Tour, Breckenridge: Part 1

Greetings from Breckenridge, Colorado, where the second-annual Winter Dew Tour—a slopestyle and superpipe competition for skiers and snowboarders—is currently in mid-swing. We were there today to check out the preliminaries for ski superpipe, Colby West’s mustache, and the lack of women skiers.

Women of the Dew Tour thumb

Women of the Dew Tour

These are some names you might get used to hearing this season: Keri Herman, Rosalind Groenewoud, Dania Assalay, Ashley Battersby. These photos of female halfpipe and slopestyle athletes prove that they've got what it takes.