The Slopestyle World Cup was held in Aspen. Tess Liddio and Colby Stephenson won in freestyle, Anna Jacir and Marcus Cleveland won in figure skating.

After the World Cup, specialists in half pipe and slash pattern resided in American Aspen, where the next World Cup events were held. In the case of the second of these competitions in freestyle skating, it was the second and penultimate round of the season. Among the women, Tess Lidio won the competition. The Frenchwoman made the first unsuccessful run, and in the second, she went up 82.17. She strengthened him in the final part of the competition, and improved her score to 83.90. Second place went to Kirsty Muir (81.00), and Anastazja Tatalina (78.55) ranked third. Behind the podium was the world champion – Aileen Joe. This is the second victory of the season for Tes Lido, so he is far ahead in the semi-final classification at Siluapan next week.

Freestyle Skiing – Women’s Skiing:

1 – Tess Lidio (France) 83.90
2. Kirsty Muir (United Kingdom) 81.00
3 – Anastasia Tatalina (Russia) 78.55
4. Eileen Jo (Cheney) 74.91
5- Maggie Foysin (United States) 73.72

New World Champion Andrei Raggettli was missing from Men’s Struggle. Colby Stephenson is a sure win. The American was in the lead after the first half, with a score of 89.59. On the last attempt, he improved the score to 91.40. Thus, he took the lead in the overall ranking of Raggetti and has a 45-point advantage over Christian Numedal. Mac Voorhand came second in Aspen (86.60) and third, Henrik Harlout (84.46).

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Freestyle Skiing – Men’s Snowboarding:

1 – Colby Stephenson (US)
2. Mac Forhand (United States)
3 – Henrik Harlout (Sweden)
Sebastian Schjerf (Norway)
5 – Alexander Hall (United States)

In the women’s figure skating competition, Anna Jacir turned out to be the best. In the first round, the Austrian got a score of 81.90. By the end of the competition, none of the contestants had scored more than 80 points. Thus Jacir took first place and topped the overall ranking, with first-competition winner Jimmy Anderson finishing sixth today. Haley England (72.30) came second, and Eni Rokagaroy came third (71.91).

Snowboarding – Women’s Snowboarding:

1- Anna Jasser (Austria) 81.90
2- Haile Langlang (United States) 72.30
3 – Eni Rokagaroi (Finland) 71.91
4 – Kokomo Murassi (Japan) 67,76
5- Tess Coady (Australia) 60.15

In Men’s Clash, the top five submitted their best rounds in the first part of the competition. Marcus Cleveland won, with a score of 87.58. The world champion took the top spot in the overall classification. Redmond Gerrard (82.16) and Mark McMorris (81.90) completed the podium. The Half Pipe specialists will compete in Aspen tomorrow in the final competition of the season. The final ramp will take place at Silwaplan next week.

Snowboarding – Men’s Snowboarding Style:

1 – Marcus Cleveland (Norway) 87.58
2. Redmond Gerrard (United States) 82.16
3 – Mark McMorris (Canada) 81,90
4 Parrot Max (Canada) 81.18
5- Dusty Hendrickson (United States) 79.80