Many of the finalists took some heavy spills tonight, as virtually all of them were going for broke in attempt to one up each other with a quiver of doubles, which nearly every competitor attempted. The slightly smaller size of Breckenridge’s pipe in comparison to the beast at Copper that everyone had been training on may very well have played a part, but nonetheless it was a truly epic night for pipe skiing, and got the ball rolling lightning fast for this winter’s competition circuit.

Justin Dorey placed fifth, putting down a technical mastermind of a run that included a double and flatspin 3’s both ways, but landed a touch sloppy near the bottom of the stunt ditch.


1) Mike Riddle – 93.00

2) Jossi Wells – 91.50

3) Xavier Bertoni – 90.75

4) Kevin Rolland – 87.75

5) Justin Dorey – 82.50

6) Simon Dumont – 81.00

7) Matt Duhamel – 76.25

Banks Gilberti – 67.75

9) Dan Marion – 60.25

10) Matt Margetts – 50.25

11) Thomas Krief – 46.00

12) David Wise – 14.25

That’s all for tonight from Breckenridge, but don’t you move a muscle, as the first stop of the Winter Dew Tour continues and concludes today with Ski Slopestyle Finals from 10:30am – We will be hooking you up with a full update on everything that goes down in the slopestyle three-ring circus. It’s worth staying up for.