eheathYou're so damn confusing man haha. This year was a olympic qualifier, which is why it was traditional. Next year, we have no idea of what is happening.
I'm really not just fucking with you/understanding why that was confusing. Thread title mentions that it's about next year and beyond. My first post mentioned this year being and Olympic qualifier.
I was asking about future events if it would stay the same as this year, as in everyone had given up on last years plan. Or if next year being after the olympics, they would give the format from last year another shot.
Maybe I just worded it poorly? Idk
Mr.BishopThe idea is to return to a format more similar to last year currently, but the event just ended under 24 hours ago so realistically those discussions haven't taken place yet.
What did you think, did you like this year's format for Jumps/Rails better or the "idea" of what it was supposed to be last year? (Separated 3-jump line and rail garden)
I would really like to see the idea of last year get a proper shot. It didn't really work for me with the one jump because it felt like a big air comp. Nobody does 2 or 3 jump comps anymore. I was excited to see it.
I get that it's a bold move shaking things up to that extent, but IMO if it was worth giving it a shot last year, it's worth giving it another shot. Hopefully the weather is better and the comp and run as planned.
Either way I'll still tune in. Watched the "live" stream after the fact late night after work the last few nights. I dug the 4 jumps split with a rail feature in the middle.
Keep us updated when you make some official plans.