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Tom Wallisch capped a beautiful weekend of action with a clean and stylish run to win Men's Ski Slopestyle Finals, scoring a 92.75 in front of a packed crowd of Dew Tour fans.

Wallisch put down a run of 270 on pretzel 270 off into a blind 360 switch-up, switch right 900 high mute, left double cork 1080 high mute, blind 450 wall ride, and finished with back-to-back switch left to switch right double cork 1080 japans for a record-tying third Dew Tour win.

Tom Wallisch

One of the oldest competitors in ski slope at 24, Wallisch took first over Nick Goepper, who placed second with 88.00, and Alexis Godbout, who rounded out the podium in third with 87.00, to close out the Nike Open at Breckenridge. He'll now heads to the Dew Tour Pantech Invitational in Killington, Vermont with a head of steam in search of his first Dew Cup title.

Nick Goepper

Alexis Godbout

“It always feels good to land a run. I like landing the first run to take some pressure off, but that pressure gets your heart going. The adrenaline was good. There was a lot of pressure, but I was able to come through and I’m happy,” said Wallisch following the win, “I’ve had a couple Dew Tour wins in my career. Going for the Dew Cup is awesome and a big goal of mine.”


Click here for more videos of today's top finishers, and if you missed today's event on NBC, you can check it out tonight on Versus at 10pm - Midnight PST. This concludes the first stop of the Winter Dew Tour, where over the course of the four-day event, approximately 35,000 fans experienced the Winter Dew Tour’s Nike Open at Breckenridge Ski Resort, with the largest pipe spectator attendance in Breckenridge Winter Dew Tour history. For more information on the Dew Tour, visit http://www.AlliSports.com.

Alexis Godbout (3rd), Tom Wallisch (1st), Nick Goepper (2nd)


1) Tom Wallisch - 92.75

2) Nick Goepper - 88.00

3) Alexis Godbout - 87.00 

4) Gus Kenworthy - 86.25 

5) Russ Henshaw - 85.00 

6) Bobby Brown - 83.75 

7) Alex Schlopy - 82.25 

8) PK Hunder - 80.00

9) Joss Christensen - 76.25 

10) Jamieson Irvine - 74.75 

11) Chris Logan - 68.50

12) Andreas Hatveit - 52.00

To see how this event affects the AFP rankings, go to afpworldtour.com.

Men's Ski Slopestyle Finals Highlights

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