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Dew Tour 2013 Round Up And Winning Runs

Too busy partying to even realise the Dew Tour went down this weekend?

Don’t worry! We’ve got all the details here – and video highlights of the winning runs to boot.

Men’s Slopestyle

Winning Runs
1st – Mark McMorris:

2nd – Sven Thorgren:

3rd – Max Parrot:

Here’s what went down:

  • Mark McMorris took the slopestyle podium spot this year – pulling out a 1440 triple on his second run to clean up with an almost flawless 97.8.
  • Sven Thorgren followed up in second place to build on his strong start to the season having already won at Air & Style last week.
  • Shaun White Dropped out unexpectedly due to an ankle injury he aggravated during the Superpipe Final.
  • Chas Guldemond was the highest American spot at 5th in this Olympic qualifier for the US squad.

1. Mark McMorris
2. Sven Thorgren
3. Maxence Parrot
4. Seb Toots
5. Chas Guldemond

Men’s Superpipe

Winning Runs
1st – Greg Bretz:

2nd – Shaun White:

3rd Taylor Gold:

Here’s what went down:

  • Shaun White got beat! Fellow American Greg Bretz poached the top spot as White first bailed on his 1st run, then failed to fight back with a less than perfect second attempt.
  • Americans took the top four finishing spots.
  • Ayumu Hirano couldn’t step up on his second run after falling on his first – taking 6th overall
  • Iouri Podladtchikov bailed on his first run and failed to make much of a mark, sitting in 13th after the finals.

1. Greg Bretz
2. Shaun White
3. Taylor Gold
4. Louie Vito
5. Scotty James

Womens’s Slopestyle

Winning Runs
1st- Jamie Anderson

2nd – Enni Rukajarvi

3rd – Silje Norendal

Here’s what went down:

  • Jamie smashed it with a second run including a smooth back blunt, cab 720 and a huge backside 540 on the final kicker.
  • Enni Rukajarvi took second, stepping up with a back 7 after a fairly conservative run in windy conditions.
  • Silje Norendal went in for her second attempt – rounding off the top three who had all been bottom of the table after their first runs.

1. Jamie Anderson
2. Enni Rukajarvi
3. Silje Norendal
4. Isabel Derungs
5. Jessika Jenson

Women’s Superpipe

Winning Runs
1st – Torah Bright

2nd – Kelly Clark

3rd – Chloe Kim

Here’s what went down:

  • Aussie Torah Bright nicked the top spot – proving she’s still a huge contender for Sochi this year with a 95.4 run
  • Kelly Clark showed she’s also got the moves that it takes with a front 1080 thrown in to a highly competent run.
  • 13 year old American Chloe Kim broke-out by snatching third place with back to back 720s – even though she’ll be too young to compete at Sochi.

1. Torah Bright
2. Kelly Clark
3. Chloe Kim
4. Arielle Gold
5. Kaitlynn Farrington

What did you think of this weekend’s event? Did it get you psyched for Sochi or just leave you snoring – let us know in the comments below.


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