I'll say this. Bobby tried and failed on that monotonous fucking double misty high mute that everyone and their uncle has seen him do, twice.
Meanwhile, kids like Henrik and Tim were grabbing blunt on dub 12's they carved into and edged out of after they stomped them. Like, they clearly perfected every nuance of these dubs. None of this full body extension takeoff on a hucked switch dub misty to flat based leg squat landing, which I personally think looks a lot less aesthetically pleasing than basically any other winning big air trick due to the blatant gymnastic feel it has to it, but I digress.
Then there's Vincent, who managed to find an axis I've never seen before. It scared me to watch him halfway through his trick because I didn't know if he was gonna dub it or what. Ultimately, he stomped so clean, and grabbed octo, ha, and I simply had to concede that the comp was over, and Vinny had gold.
Then Bobby motherfucking Brown, the household name, the skier that transcends skiing, landed that predictable, albeit impressive in an athletic sense, double misty 12. Comp over.
I'm not one to hate on judging, because I'm generally over it anyways, but for some reason it really irked me that Bobby gets the default win when he finally lands his default trick, while others are actually innovating and never truly have a chance anyways.