1. Bobby Brown - 94.8
2. Tom Wallisch - 93
3. Gus Kenwothy - 90.2
4. Henrik Harlaut - 85.4
5. James Woods - 82.4
6. Vincent Gagnier - 80.8
7. Charles Gagnier - 76.4
8. John Spriggs - 75.8
9. Simon Dumont - 65.6
10. Tim McChesney - 60.8
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It just doesn't get the full attention of other events, and yea, in the past the riders haven't been too, too stacked.
But in the past Jon has won big air, Tj Schiller won slope one year, Candide doing shit, Dorey, Riddle, Bertoni, Rolland, Houle, dumont, etc etc. Used to have like the three Phils and shit. Pourier. NS' Cedric. The list goes on and on. It gets big names.
This looks about as stacked as it has been. Lots of cash money for grabs.
and you forgot about WSI big air being not only shillers famous switch 1440, but also laurent's MASSIVE switch 5 and not to mention the biggest breakout out-of-no-where performance of skiing ever, derek spong.