Men’s slopestyle finals went down under clear skies and warm temperatures on Sunday at Breckenridge, Colorado. Riders kicked the day off starting with the jump section, before moving down the run for the jib portion of the slopestyle event.

On the jumps, Takeru Ostuka came back from a fall on his first run to put a 95.67 own on his second run which he later improved to a 98.00 on his third run, snagging himself the highest scored run of the day and positioning himself in the number one spot moving into the jibs. Following behind, Yuki Kadono came back from a fall on his first run to land his second and set himself up in second place moving into the rais with a 93.00. Stale came out of the gate strong putting down a 91.00 on his first run, which he would then improve to a 91.33 on his second run before falling on his third, and ultimately landing in third place moving into the jibs.

When it came time for the rails, Friday’s Team Challenge winner, Mons Roisland put down a 92.33 on his second run to score the highest score on the rail section of the day. Chris Corning followed close behind with a 91.00 from his first run, while Stale snagged third on the rails with a flat 90.00 on his third and final run. Once the scores were tallied, Stale’s combined score of 181.33 was enough to secure gold, while Chris Corning followed close behind with a 180.00 for second place, and Mons Roisland rounded out the podium with a combined score of 179.33. Make sure to check back soon for a complete photo gallery from another great weekend at Dew Tour.

The men’s slopestyle podium, from left to right, Chris Corning, Stale Sandbech, and Mons Roisland. PHOTO: Chris Ortiz


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