The U.S. Revolution Tour, in partnership with the Burton US Open qualifier, slopestyle competition went off without a hitch today at Pennsylvania’s Seven Springs Resort.
Grant Giller (Salt Lake City, UT) won by three points for the men.
Karly Shorr (Milford, MI) won in the women’s competition by four points.
Athletes are competing for the chance to compete at the Burton US Open at Vail, CO Feb. 25-Mar. 2, honors that are presented to the top 10 men and top five women in slopestyle and halfpipe disciplines.
Included in the top five women to go to the Burton US Open is U.S. Snowboarding’s Jordie Karlinski (Snowmass Village, CO).
The U.S. Revolution Tour is a grass roots event featuring slopestyle, halfpipe and snowboardcross with three stops across the U.S.
The Seven Springs stop at the U.S. Revolution Tour is a 4Star World Snowboard event.
The action starts again tomorrow with halfpipe and can be watched live starting at 8:45a.m. ET.
RESULTS Men’s Slopestyle 1. Grant Giller, USA, 91.4 2. Nikolas Baden, USA, 88.4 3. Seth Hill, USA, 87.6 4. Kent Callister, AUS, 85.4 5. Brendan Hart, USA, 80.4 6. Matts Kulisek, CAN, 78.4 7. Easton Gilman, USA, 77.6 8. Tyler Nicholson, CAN, 73.8 9. Brett Moody, USA, 73.6 10. Ian Thorley, USA, 70.2
Women’s Slopestyle 1. Karly Shorr, USA, 89.4 2. Erika Vikander, USA, 85.2 3. Danika Duffy, USA, 74.8 4. Celia Miller, USA, 69.6 5. Jordie Karlinski, USA, 60.0