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LAAX OPEN 2016 SLOPESTYLE FINALS – RESULTS AND PHOTOS

[Roope Tonteri was riding with a broken board and broken ribs. Straight to hospital after the comp, but still sending it like a boss! Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi]

Canada conquers Europe!

Mark McMorris and Jamie Anderson win slopestyle gold at the inaugural LAAX OPEN!

The final day couldn’t have been any better… The sun was shining, the tunes were blasting, the course was looking primed, the crowds had gathered to watch the finest slopestyle riders on the planet throw down and we had a total blast watching the riders drop in!

Mark McMorris scored 91.4 in his final run to claim his title as the champion of slopestyle once again, after a near miss on his second run forced him to go for a quick lap to calm his nerves. It definitely worked because his final run was near perfect. The rest of the Canadian air force set the course alight taking the next four spots in the men’s competition.

Tyler Nicholson took the silver medal with his second run score of 84.35 and Seb Toots held on with his first run score of 83.1 to claim the bronze medal. Those guys were sending it and with the prize money they just won, will be going even bigger in the bar tonight!

In the women’s competition Jamie Anderson was on fire from the get go, putting together a super technical and stylish first run which was enough to secure the gold. Christy Prior showed us everything she had in her second run and Miyabi Onitsuka from Japan smashed it on her final run to take the bronze. We’ve never seen anyone more stoked!

That’s all the results from the LAAX OPEN 2016, but we have plenty more to show you, so check back here soon. For now all we can do is send it at the bar! Peace Laax! You’ve been amazing!

Check out the full results and photos below.

LAAX OPEN 2016: HALFPIPE FINALS RESULTS, JANUARY 22, 2016

Men
1 Mark McMorris (CAN) 91.4
2 Tyler Nicholson (CAN) 84.35
3 Sebastien Toutant (CAN) 83.1
4 Darcy Sharpe (CAN) 82.3
5 Michael Ciccarelli (CAN) 81.1
6 Peetu Piiroinen (FIN) 76.3
7 Max Parrot (CAN) 74.7
8 Roope Tonteri (FIN) 65.5
9 Sven Thorgren (SWE) 60.95
10 Billy Morgan (GBR) 59.3
11 Yuki Kadono (JPN) 59
12 Dario Burch (SUI) 37.75

Women
1 Jamie Anderson (USA) 81.1
2 Christy Prior (NZL) 71.8
3 Miyabi Onitsuka (JPN) 62.85
4 Silje Norendal (NOR) 61.55
5 Spencer O’Brien (CAN) 30.35
6 Cheryl Maas (NED) 21.55

Mark McMorris sent it in his third run to take the gold medal. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Jamie Anderson had the gold in sight from her first run. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Bronze winner Miyabi Onitsuka was beyond stoked. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Roope Tonteri smashed his ribs in further down the course, but his rail game was on lock. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Jamie Anderson got super floaty in the kicker section. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Seb Toots blasted his way to third place. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Victory lap back one. Rider: Jamie Anderson. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Peetu Piiroinen has got mad style! Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Silver medalist Tyler Nicholson got boosted in his second run. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Jamie Anderson with that mellow rail steeze. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Silje Norendal took the lead for a while. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Tyler Nicholson got plenty of air time. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Peetu Piiroinen has got mad style! Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
The men's podium. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
The women's podium. Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi

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