Among the snowboarders came out on top Antoine Truchon from Canada with a frontside double cork 1440 lean. Excited about his freestyle.champ title the 22-years-old said: "The level of the final was really high, so I am even more stoked about my victory."
The freeskiers equally fascinated the crowd and judges. Most of all Henrik Harlaut from Sweden. The previous year's winner defended his freestlye.champ title with a nosebutter double cork 1260 tail. He continues his success story in 2013, starting with the X-Games gold medal earlier this year. "I am on a lucky streak and super happy to win in front of this amazing crowd."
A spectacular performance was also offered by the guys on the dirt jump. After two exciting runs in the mountainbike finals the youngest rider, 19-year-old Anton Thelander, smiled from the top of the podium.
The same happened to Mathieu Rebeaud from Switzerland, yesterday's crossover.champion.