Mit dem kurzfristig angesetzten Halfpipe Contest in Aspen ging am Wochenende der einzige Weltcup in dieser Disziplin über die Bühne. Die Ergebnisse und Winning Runs im Überblick.

Ergebnisse Finals

Die Ergebnisse aus dem Finale der Männer und Frauen in Aspen im Überblick.

Die beiden Gewinner vom Halfpipe Weltcup in Aspen 2021: Rachael Karker und Aaron Blunck.
Die beiden Gewinner vom Halfpipe Weltcup in Aspen 2021: Rachael Karker und Aaron Blunck.

Männer

“After that first run fall I needed to completely regroup and remind myself that I wasn’t even really supposed to start skiing again until this month. I needed to remember to just be grateful even to be out here and go do it. After my second run, it wasn’t the best, but I landed it, and I was like, ‘Ok, if I can land that run I can go for broke in the third, for sure.’ So third run I knew what I had to do and I wasn’t going to let that get away from me. I knew I had to land it, I did it, and I couldn’t be more stoked. Came in clutch and came out on top.” – Aaron Blunck

Das komplette Ergebnis findet ihr auf der Webseite der FIS.

Winning Runs

Video: Der Winning Run von Aaron Blunck

Video: Der Winning Run von Brendan Mackay

Video: Der Winning Run von Nico Porteous

Frauen

“We only had three events this season, but I’m really happy to land a spot on all three podiums. This is the perfect way to end the season. I was a little nervous coming into today because I really wanted to finish off with a podium, so I’m happy I was able to come in and stay calm and put it down smooth.” – Rachael Karker

Das komplette Ergebnis findet ihr auf der Webseite der FIS.

Winning Runs

Video: Der Winning Run von Rachael Karker

Video: Der Winning Run von Zoe Atkin

Video: Der Winning Run von Brita Sigourney