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Laura Ogden takes first place on the podium for women’s freeskiing finals at the Subaru North American Freeskiing Championship.
Craig Garbiel poses on the podium after a win in the men’s freeskiing finals at the Subaru North American Freeskiing Championship.
Ralph Backstrom came in first place with a killer run in the men’s snowboard finals.
Photo: Eben Wight/MSI
The Suzuki Halfpipe Jams took place across the US this winter. Here Nate Mott takes first place for men’s snowboarding, with Dave Brumm and Kyle Anderson in second and third.
The finals were held at Squaw Valley, CA. The women’s snowboading finalists are awarded their medals. Bistro Strode took first place, followed by Lejawn Allen and Erica Montgomery.
In the women’s skiing finals, Lauren Alkire came in first, Michelle Galvin in second, and Stacia Federowski in third.
The Honda Ski Tour also made its rounds this season. Simon Dumont took gold in the half pipe finals.
Stanley Hayer (with Tomas Kraus) came in first place in the skicross competition.
The Jeep King of the Mountain tour ended in Telluride in March. The winners, Casey Puckett and Ophelie David, pose with the sponsor.
Photo courtesy of JeepSports.com
The USFO was at Copper Mountain on the jam-packed weekend of January 18-20. Jon Olsson came in first place in the men’s slopestyle competition.
Anna Segal came in first for the women’s slopestyle competition with a flawless run.
The big air competition was the highlight of the event. Charles Gagnier came in first with his 1260 octograb.
Tanner Hall went big again the following weekend at X Games 11 at Aspen, coming in first for men’s superpipe.
Photo courtesy of Pondella/Shazamm/ESPN Images
Sarah Burke won first place for women’s superpipe. Grete Eliasen took silver and Jen Hudak took bronze.
Photo courtesy of Tony Donaldson/Shazamm/ESPN Images