The first FIS World Cup slopestyle event in the Northern Hemisphere this season wrapped up today on Austria’s Stubai Glacier in challenging conditions, with Øystein Bråten taking the top spot for men and Jennie-Lee Burmansson winning the women’s contest.
Evan McEachran of Canada and Colby Stevenson of the United States rounded out the men’s podium in second and third place respectively, while Great Britain’s Katie Summerhayes and American Caroline Claire took second and third place on the women’s side.
The next FIS World Cup slopestyle takes place at Font Romeu, France on December 21-23. The slopestyle course in the Stubai Zoo terrain park will remain open to the public until December 10.
Rider: Elena Gaskill | Photo: Tim Bause
Jesper Tjäder flipping out. Photo: Tim Bause
Nice views of the Stubaier Alps from the drop-in. Photo: Tim Bause
Henrik Harlaut ended up in fourth place in the men's contest. Photo: Tim Bause
John Brown gets down with a broken grind. Photo: Tim Bause
Local boy Sam Baumgartner gets his hand-drag on during the men's qualis. Photo: Tim Bause
Laura Wallner, ready to drop in. Photo: Tim Bause
Women's winner Jennie-Lee Burmansson. Photo: Florian Breitenberger
Øystein Bråten on his way to the men's win. Photo: Florian Breitenberger
Øystein and the jump line. Photo: Tim Bause
Women's podium: Katie Summerhayes, Jennie-Lee Burmansson, Caroline Claire. Photo: Tim Bause
Men's podium: Evan McEachran, Øystein Bråten, Colby Stevenson. Photo: Tim Bause