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Men's and women's ski events went off in the pipe today at Killington, Vermont on day two of the second stop of the Winter Dew Tour. The ladies started off the day with a tribute to Sarah Burke, as they all took a lap through the pipe together and ended in a huddle before dropping in for the official start of Women's Ski Superpipe Semi-Finals.

Rest In Peace Sarah. We love you.

Honoring Sarah, the ladies ride the pipe as one before the competition.

Vermont local Devin Logan finished first with a run that included big amplitude, solid grabs and smooth flow. She started it off with a huge straight air mute grab, to a left 540 tail, to flair, to big straight air, to alley oop and capped it off with a left 7 for a top score of 86.75 on her second run, with Brita Sigourney right behind her in second and Maddie Bowman in third. The top six women are advancing to tomorrow's final.

Devin Logan

Brita Sigourney

Maddie Bowman

Women's Ski Superpipe Semi-Final Results

1) Devin Logan - 86.75

2) Brita Sigourney - 85.00

3) Maddie Bowman - 81.25

4) Ayana Onozuka - 78.25

5) Annalisa Drew - 74.50

6) Anais Caradeux - 72.50

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7) Rosalind Groenewoud - 71.00

8) Katrien Aerts - 70.00

9) Dara Howell - 63.50

10) Manami Mitsuboshi - 62.50

11) Keri Herman - 60.81

12) Kendall Deighan - 59.75

13) Kimmy Sharp - 58.50

14) Megan Gunning - 58.25

15) Keni Maras - 54.75

16) Charity Mersereau - 54.00

17) Davina Williams - 51.25

18) Rose Battersby - 51.00

19) Mirjam Jaeger - 48.50

20) Yurie Yamazaki - 45.75

21) Keltie Hansen - DNS

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Later in the day, Men's Ski Superpipe Semi-Finals went off under the lights, providing exciting action for a mass of spectators. Wing Tai Barrymore took the top spot with a super stylish and smooth run that began with a huge left 9 tail, to alley-oop double flat spin, to left 5 truck, and ended with a right 9 leading mute to huge left 9 mute. His score of 87.50 blew away the competition, with Gus Kenworthy and Torin Yater-Wallace coming in second and third, respectively.

Wing Tai Barrymore

The top nine will advance to compete in finals tomorrow afternoon, where they'll meet Kevin Rolland, Justin Dorey and Duncan Adams, who are pre-qualified to finals after their podium finish at the first stop of the Winter Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Gus Kenworthy

Torin Yater-Wallace

Men's Ski Superpipe Semi-Final Results

1) Tai Barrymore - 87.50

2) Gus Kenworthy - 82.75

3) Torin Yater-Wallace - 81.50

4) Taylor Seaton - 80.00

5) Tucker Perkins - 77.50

6) Joss Christensen - 76.00

7) David Wise - 74.25

8) Xavier Bertoni - 70.75

9) Noah Bowman - 69.25

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10) Simon D'artois - 68.00

11) Benoit Valentin - 67.00

12) James Campbell - 66.75

13) Dan Marion - 63.00

14) Christian Allen - 62.75

15) Marshall LaCroix - 62.25

16) Nils Lauper - 61.75

17) AJ Kemppainen - 60.75

18) Matt Margetts - 60.25

19) Joffrey Pollet-Villard - 58.25

20) Thomas Krief - 33.75

21) Lyman Currier - 29.75

22) Kyle Smaine - 24.75

23) Yannic Lerjen - DNS

23) Mike Riddle - DNS

23) Peter Olenick - DNS

23) Jossi Wells - DNS

23) Simon Dumont - DNS

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Men's Ski Slopestyle Semi-Finals was scheduled to take place today as well, but was re-scheduled until tomorrow due to high winds on the slopestyle course.

Stay tuned to Newschoolers for more daily updates from the second stop of the Winter Dew Tour in Killington, Vermont.


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