From AspenSnowmass.com — Aspen, CO (Feb. 11) — Aspen/Snowmass Athletes dominated the field when it came to today’s snowboard superpipe competition. A fierce competition went down in ski slopestyle with up-and-coming riders topping the podium.The top three in each event are listed below. For complete results visit www.aspensnowmass.com/open. Complete results will continue to be posted on this site throughout the weekend.
Men’s Ski Slopestyle
1. Tim McChesney – Taking home $5,000 in prize money. McChesney is 20-years-old and from Bozeman, Montana.
2. Jamieson Irvine –$2,500. Irvine, 15, is from Barrie, Ontario.
3. Ole Christian Mustad – $1,500. Mustad, 20, hails from Oslo, Norway.
Women’s Ski Slopestyle
1. Kristi Johns – $1,500. John is from Winter Park, Colorado and is 24-years-old.
2. Catherine Warchal – $750. Warchal, 23, is from Reeders, Pennsylvania.
3. Dara Howell – $300. Howell, 16, is from Huntsville, Ontario.
Men’s Snowboard Pipe
1. Dom Harington – $1,500. Harington is 26 and hails from Leeds, United Kingdom.
2. Will Adams – $750. Adams, 17, is from Aspen, Colorado and his proud to call himself an Aspen/Snowmass athlete.
3. Oliver Bacharach – $300. Bacharach, 18, is an Aspen/Snowmass Athlete and resides in Aspen, Colorado.
Women’s Snowboard Pipe
1. Clair Bidez – $1,500. Bidez, 23, is from Minturn, Colorado.
2. Lauren Whalley – $750. Whalley, 24, is from Aspen, Colorado.
3. Molly Wilson – $300. Wilson, 19, is an Aspen/Snowmass Athlete and lives in Basalt, Colorado.
Don’t miss more qualifiers tomorrow for the Aspen/Snowmass Open Presented by Skullcandy. And make sure to stop by the Sandy Pants Rail Jam. Yes, you read that correctly. There will be a huge sand feature in the middle of boxes and rails for the first ever event of is kind on snow – that we can think of. Event starts outside the ticket office at Bumps at 3 p.m. For a complete schedule visit www.aspensnowmass.com/open.