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Birk Ruud, Mathilde Gremaud Win Modena WC Big Air

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Norway’s Birk Ruud and Switzerland’s Mathilde Gremaud took the win tonight at the Skipass World Cup Big Air in Modena, Italy.

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The Modena Big Air. Photo: SkiPass ModenaFiere

Europe’s first city Big Air event of the season rolled into Modena this weekend, bringing with it what FIS called the biggest scaffolding jump of its kind built on Italian soil. The Swiss Freeski Team made a dominant showing in the qualifications, with Fabian Bösch and Kai Mahler winning the two men’s heats, while Mathilde Gremaud claimed the women’s top qualifying spot.

FIS Freeski World Cup - Modena ITA - big air

Alex Hall snags his crazy seatbelt japan + tail grab in a switch dub 14 on his way to second place. Photo: Mateusz Kielpinski (FIS)

In the finals, highlights included a switch triple 12 and double bio 12 from Henrik Harlaut, a switch double 14 seatbelt japan + tail and dub 16 stale from Alex Hall, and a classy double cork 7 safety to cossack from Alex Bealeaui-Marchand. Ruud bagged the top spot with a switch double cork 16 tail and switch dub 14 tail to tail, followed by A-Hall in second and Andri Ragettli (switch double misty 16 safety, triple cork 16 safety) in third.

On the women’s side, Gremaud prevailed with the help of a switch bio 900 and switch rodeo 720 mute, followed by Swiss teammate Sarah Hoefflin (switch right and switch left 720s) in second, and Germany’s Kea Kühnel (cork 7 safety) in third.

 

Check out the winning tricks and full results below.

1st Place Men - Birk Ruud

Women's 1st Place - Mathilde Gremaud

Men's 2nd Place - Alex Hall

Women's 2nd Place - Sarah Hoefflin

Men's 3rd Place - Andri Ragettli

Women's 3rd Place - Kea Kühnel

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Results - Men's Finals

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Results - Women's Finals

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November 4, 2018


Alex Hall, Andri Ragettli, Birk Ruud

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