The North Face Freeski Open: Day 2

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The North Face Freeski Open: Day 2

Day 2 of TNF Freeski Open saw the top riders battling it out for the gold but only two riders were going to come out on top, and those riders were local lad Jossi Wells and Kim Lamarre.

As we heard from yesterday’s semi-finals, the last jump was still out of action for the finals and with the wind still being the main factor towards this, a lot of the women competitors pulled out. The male competitors also took this into consideration and were a lot more conservative with their runs.

With only 4 women in the finals it was anyone’s to win. Canadian Kim Lamarre took the gold with a clean rail run followed by a nice jump combo of 540 safety to switch 540 mute. In second place was Devin Logan and third was Rose Battersby.

Women’s Final – Results:
1 – Kim Lamarre
2 – Devin Logan
3 – Rose Battersby

Local lad Jossi Wells topped the board with a lipslide disaster to switch on the down-flat-down rail, a switch 270 on 450 off into switch right 900 tail, to left dub 12 mute. Charles Gagnier took second place with a lipslide 270 on disaster on the down-flat-down rail, switch right cork 10tail to switch left 1080 mute. Following his older brother is Vincent Gagnier. He secured third with a nosebutter 450 on 270 out, into a backside 450 out on the rainbow rail, to a switch right cork 1080 tail. to switch left 180 mute to truck.

Men’s Final – Results:
1- Jossi Wells
2 – Charles Gagnier
3 – Vincent Gagnier

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