Photo: Gabriel Christus/ESPN ImagesSuperpipeAfter finishing in sixth place at last year’s Winter X Games, Sarah Burke has taken her rightful place at the top of the podium by killing the pipe finals in Aspen. She stomped a 900, back-to-back flairs and a 720 for a stoming 91.33!Second place went to X Games rookie Brita Sigourney. And third went to Roz Groenewoud Final placings: 1. Sarah Burke – CAN – 91.33 2. Brita Sigourney – USA – 86.00 3. Roz Groenewoud – CAN – 84.00 4. Anais Caradeux – FRA – 82.33 5. Jen Hudak – USA – 78.00 6. Devin Logan – USA – 68.33 SlopestyleThis has to be one of the closest finals in Winter X Games History with the top three separated by 0.66 points! It seems that Kaya Turski’s first run, giving her a score of 93.66, was enough to hold onto the win through the other two rounds and claim Kaya her second, consecutive Winter X Games gold.Keri Herman took second by 0.33 points. And in third was Grete Eliassen with 93.00. You can see her in our recent posts from ColdAsIce.tv Final results are: 1. Kaya Turski – CAN – 93.66 2. Keri Herman – USA – 93.33 3. Grete Eliassen – USA – 93.00 4. Ashley Battersby – USA – 92.00 5. Kim Lamarre – CAN – 91.33 6. Jessica Warll – CAN – 90.66 7. Anna Segal – AUS – 80.33 8. Meg Olenick – USA – 76.33 9. Maude Raymond – CAN – 75.00 10. Devin Logan – USA – 73.00What an event. Let’s wait and see how the men do!Related posts:Winter X Games: Invitations announced Everyone is looking towards the Winter X Games in...Winter X Games 14 Slopestyle The eight male riders to contest the skiing slopestyle finals...Winter X Games 14 Slopestyle Finals Coming straight after his mind-blowing victory in the Big Air...

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