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When New Zealander Jossi Wells clicked into his bindings at the top of the superpipe finals at the Breckenridge Dew Tour on Saturday night, he had a lot on his mind. He’s recovering from a knee injury and he’d crashed earlier in the day during the slopestyle preliminary round, eliminating any chances of making it to the slopestyle finals held on Sunday....(click to the next slide)

Winter Dew Tour at Breckenridge

The first of the three-stop Winter Dew Tour took place this weekend at Breckenridge, Colorado. We were there to watch athletes throw down during the slopestyle and superpipe finals.

Sean Jordan, Airing it Out.

Prelims at the 2010 Breckenridge Winter Dew Tour Stop

Today was prelim day at the Nike 6.0 Open stop of the Winter Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado. Kevin Rolland is first going into tomorrow's superpipe, and Russ Henshaw is leading in the slopestyle department. Check back tomorrow for shots from the finals.

After sitting out most of last year's competition season due to a shoulder injury, Tom Wallisch came back strong to win the slope contest with a 92.75. 17-year-old Nick Goepper was second, and Alexis Godbout was third. 

Breckenridge Dew Tour Round-Up

Kevin Rolland and Tom Wallisch won pipe and slope at this weekend's Dew Tour stop at Breckenridge.

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Dew Tour Highlights

A photo recall of the Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado.

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.

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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.

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Freeskiing World Tour Wraps at Snowbird

Snowbird hosted the Subaru Freeskiing World Tour finals this weekend. Angel Collinson and Drew Tabke nabbed top honors. By Jesse Ambrogi-Yanson.

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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.