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Men's Superpipe Finals: Breck Dew Tour

It was a snowy day in Breckenridge as the world's best superpipe skiers battled it out on a massive 22-foot pipe. Simon Dumont, Justin Dorey, and Kevin Rolland skied the cleanest runs in the pipe to earn them first, second, and third.

"This is the first time I've felt good at the X Games," said Rolland in a French accent after his win. "Last year, I crashed on my run. This is my year."

X Games: Men's Superpipe Finals

The last night of the Winter X Games featured the men's Superpipe Finals, with Frenchmen Kevin Rolland taking the top honors.

Jen Hudak during the superpipe finals.

X Games: An Interview with Women's Superpipe Winner Jen Hudak

Michelle Parker spoke to Jen Hudak, who won Friday night's Women's Superpipe Finals at the Winter X Games in Aspen, about how she gets ready for competition and what it's like riding a 22-foot pipe.

The Tahoe-based skier's run was a straight air with a mute grab, left 5 safety, right 5, left 5, mute straight air, left 7.

Freeski Superpipe: New Zealand Winter Games

Cardrona, outside of Wanaka, New Zealand, played host to the Freeski Superpipe event in the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games. Gus Kenworthy and Devin Logan took home top honors, and Jossi Wells, Jen Hudak, David Wise, and Maddie Bowman were on the podium as well.

U.S. Alpine Team Focused on World Championships

With the World Cup a week away, the U.S. Ski Team ramps up training and preparation

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U.S. Alpine Team Focused on World Championships

With the World Cup a week away, the U.S. Ski Team ramps up training and preparation

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Women's Ski Jumping Gets World Cup Circuit

After being shunned for decades, and shut out of the Olympics, the ladies who launch are starting to gain international recognition.