During the semi - final held on the Saturday’s morning riders once again had three jumps, out of which the best one could secure them a spot in the top 10. The final round was in fact an hour long session, with the best two tricks (one stylish with rotation up to 720, and one technical) counted for the final score. Again it was Lundmark who took the top spot.

"It is my first visit to Poland, and I liked it very much in here. The competition was super good - perfect weather, nice jump and good riding. I put down the tricks as I wanted, so I’m glad of course. I am the most happy with my Double 1080 Mute to Japical” – said the winner just after the prize giving ceremony.

Second place went to his countryman Pontus Nordstrom, third was Szczepan Karpiel–Bułecka who also won back his title of Polish Champion in Freeskiing.

"I am really happy with my Bio 10 Mute and Switch 7 Stalefish. When I look at this year's competition I have to say it all went in a great way. For the first time we had great weather for two days, the snow conditions were best ever and the spectators cheered us all the time" - said Karpiel-Bułecka after the competition.

Second place in Polish Championship went to Bartek Sibiga and third was Paweł Palichleb (8th place in open category).

Among women the competition was between Zuzana Stromkovą from Slovakia and Zuzana Witych from Poland. Both showed some stylish tricks but in the end it was Stromkova who took the first place. Witych once again became Polish Champion in Freeskiing among women.

On Saturday riders also took part in the Rail competition final. This time it was Pontus Nordstrom from Sweden who took the first place, second was Alex Nurohr from Switzerland, third Erik Lundmark. Stromkova once again was the best one among women.

Some special prizes were also given to the best juniors - Voita Bresky from Czech Republic and Wiktor Loevall from Norway. Szczepan Karpiel–Bułecka, Janek Krzysztof from Poland, Erik Lundmark and Alex received additional prizes for keeping the crowd hyped during the MINI Night Session on Friday’s evening.

All together riders received prizes worth 15 000 euro, including 5000 euro prize money, founded by event's sponsors and partners: Thule, MINI, Rexona, The North Face, Armada, GoPro, Red Bull Mobile Collect, Kotelnica Białczańska, Terma Białka and Hotel Bania.

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Sponsors: Thule, MINI, Rexona, The North Face, Armada Skis, GoPro, Red Bull Mobile, Bialka Therms

Official partners: Kotelnica Białczanska, Hotel Bania

Partners: PZN, Polskie Stowarzyszenie Freeskiingu, Supersnow

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