The Dew Tour raged on at Breckenridge Saturday, combining some of the best athletes in the world, a bunch of new snow and some hard rocking tunes.The Dew Tour raged on at Breckenridge Saturday, combining some of the best athletes in the world, a bunch of new snow and some hard rocking tunes.
Colorado native Bobby Brown won the men’s ski slope style contest, edging out New Zealand’s Jossi Wells by only one point. Swede Herik Harlaut finished five points back in third. The competition will be broadcast tonight on USA from 12:00 AM -1:00 AM EST.
The women’s slopestyle exhibition lost some luster when one of the five invitees, Athena Brownson, injured her knee during a practice run, cutting the field down to four. Canadian Kaya Turski took a five point lead all the way to the top spot, followed by Aussie Anna Segal in second and Minnesota-born Keri Herman in third.
X Games great Tanner Hall ruled the night, taking the men’s ski super pipe competition under the big lights with a score of 90. In second was Canadian Justin Dorey followed by Breckenridge underdog Duncan Adams in third.
Tomorrow’s main event will be the men’s and women’s snowboard superpipe. The contests will be broadcast live on NBC Sports from 1:00PM – 3:00PM EST.
For all of the tour’s results so far click here.