Saturday night's Mega Mother Hucker big air competition at Mount Snow.
The event is part of the Bud Light Anti-Gravity Grail three day event
at the mountain, with a halfpipe competition Sunday and a rail jam on
Monday.MOUNT SNOW, Vermont (Saturday, February 17) - Snowboarder Yale Cousino
of Richford, Vermont and skier Parker White of West Dover, Vermont took
first place honors in the 11th Annual Bud Light Anti-Gravity Grail:
Mega Mother Hucker big air competition Saturday evening.White,
15, had previously placed first in Mount Snow's New Year Rail Jam and
the Snowstyle slopestyle competition this season. He is a student at
the Mount Snow Academy.Competitors were judged on two attempts
from the 12-foot jump onto the 50-foot deck, keeping the higher score.
The top three in each professional category received a share of the
$4,000 cash purse or prizes, while the top three amateurs in each
category received prizes from the event sponsors.Men's Pro Snowboard1. Yale Cousino, Lincoln, VT2. Nikita Lermontov-Salmon, Richford, VT3. Shaun Murphy, Westfield, MAMen's Pro Ski1. Parker White, West Dover, VT2. Chris Logan, West Dover, VT3. Giray Dadali, Canandaigua, NYMen's Amateur Snowboard1. Justin Kosko, Southington, CT2. David Faircloth, Westfield, MA3. Adam Conrad, Westfield, MAMen's Amateur Ski1. Cody Buchalter, Suffern, NY2. Chris Calvanese, Plantsville, CT3. Adrian Dingle, Stowe, VTWomen's Ski1. L.J. Caulfield, Dummerston, VT2. Jillian Atwood, West Dover, VT3. Devin Logan, West Dover, VTWomen's Snowboard1. Elise Gloeckner, West Dover, VTEvent sponsors were Mountain Dew, Nature Valley, Rossignol, L.L. Bean, Smith, Armada, Giro and Mobil.
Adrian Bouthot comes off the 18-foot wall of the Gut Superpipe during
Sunday's Bud Light Anti-Gravity Grail: Gut Superpipe competition at
Mount Snow in West Dover, Vermont. (Photo by Michael Piniewski)
MOUNT SNOW, Vermont (Sunday, February 18) - Over 60 professional and
amateur skiers and snowboarders competed in the 11th Annual Bud Light
Anti-Gravity Grail: Mega Mother Superpipe competition Sunday afternoon.Skyler
Thomas of Chester, Vermont took first place in the Men's Pro Snowboard
category. Erik Olson of Lyons, New York placed first in Men's Pro Ski.In
the women's pro categories, Elizabeth Beerman of Weston, Vermont won
the snowboarding segment, while Jillian Atwood of West Dover, Vermont
was the first place skier.Competitors were judged in a jam
style format, where each had an allotment of time to achieve the
perfect run through the halfpipe's 18- foot walls and 17-foot
transitions.The top three in each professional category
received a share of the $4,000 cash purse or prizes, while the top
three amateurs in each category received prizes from the event sponsors.Men's Pro Snowboard1. Skyler Thomas, Chester VT2. Chris Waker, Manchester Center, VT3. Chris Mitchell, Milton VTMen's Pro Ski1. Erik Olson, Lyons NY2. Giray Dadali , Canandaigua, NY3. Brian Kish, Manchester , VTWomen's Pro Snowboard1. Elizabeth Beerman, Weston VT2. Shelby Simpson, Bondville, VT3. Elise Gloeckner, West Dover VTWomen's Pro Ski1. Jillian Atwood, West Dover, VT2. Devin Logan, West Dover , VT3. Cammie Wolff, Bethel MEMen's Amateur Snowboard1. Brenden Conroy, Oyster Bay, NY2. Mike Perle , Saddle River, VT3. Austin Schueryher , Point Pleanten , NJMen's Amateur Ski1. Matt Marks, Cortland NY2. Alex Cohn, Weston MA3. Chris Conetta, Stamford CTWomen's Amateur Snowboard1. Jenn Cohen, Windhall , VT2. Mackenzie Quigley, Wardsboro, VT3. Indigo Monk, Manhatten Beach, CAEvent sponsors were Mountain Dew, Nature Valley, Rossignol, L.L. Bean, Smith, Armada, Giro and Mobil.