Slopestyle draws a crowd 

100+ skiers, boarders for second event

It was a busy day in the Habitat Terrain Park on Whistler this past Sunday as over 100 skiers and boarders came out for the second Sprite Park Rider Session slopestyle event of the season. There were so many athletes that the top-four athletes were recognized in some categories instead of just the top-three.

There are now four events remaining in the session season – a halfpipe on April 2 on Blackcomb, and three rail jams on Whistler (May 7, May 14 and May 21).

To take part you can register in advance at any Whistler-Blackcomb Guest Relations location, or on the day of the event in the Roundhouse or Rendezvous until 9:45 a.m., depending what mountain the event is on. Pre-registration is recommended because events have been known to sell out for certain categories.

March 19 Slopestyle Results:

Snowboard Men 17 and Over

1. Alex Pettinati-Cadotte – 28.2

2. Justin Van Der Poelen – 27.3

3. Andy Simpson – 25.8

4. Jonathan Redman – 25.0

Female Snowboard 17 and Over

1. Chikako Imai – 18.1

2. Charlotte Trundle – 17.2

3. Haruko Atsumi – 13.6

4. Kaori Nakaoku – 9.3

Snowboard Boys 14 to 16

1. Shoma Takao – 26.5

2. Tamo Campos – 26.0

3. David Scovell – 23.0

4. Conner Holliwell – 22.2

Snowboard Girls 14 to 16

1. Ali Tracy – 14.1

2. Jessica Allouche – 13.5

Snowboard Open 13 and Under

1. Brin Alexander – 27.7

2. Dan Stubbs – 22.7

3. ‘Little’ Stevie Kopyt – 20.8

4. Zach Astle – 18.9

Male Ski 17 and Over

1. Faron Ling – 32.6

2. Yu Sasaki – 26.0

3. Nicolas Hickling – 24.2

Ski Boys 14 to 16

1. Paul Wheeler – 29.6

2. Ryan Allan – 27.6

3. Patrick Duvel – 26.4

4. Westley Feist – 20.7

Ski Girls 14 to 16

1. Leslee Wake – 29.6

2. Jenny Strong – 29.2

3. Ariana Stufano – 27.9

Ski Boys 13 and Under

1. Devon White – 29.2

2. Simon Louwe – 27.9

3. Brenden Kelly – 23.2

Leahm MacMillan – 22.3

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