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AFP World Tour Rankings Update - February 16th

Feb 16, 2017

Words: Jeff Schmuck

It’s time for another update on the AFP World Tour Rankings, and it’s a quick one, with just four Bronze-Level USASA events having taken place over the course of the past week (since the U.S. Revolution Tour at Mammoth Mountain was cancelled). Here’s a look at they affected the rankings…

USASA SOUTHWEST COLORADO SERIES
Location: Crested Butte, Colorado
Disciplines: Slopestyle
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Slopestyle

1) Ian Osby: 303rd —> 183rd (+120)
• Osby’s win counts towards his top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, and is his third result in that time frame, so he moves 120 spots up.
2) Maxwell Wilson: 358th —> 223rd (+135)
• Wilson’s second place showing counts towards his top 4 results, and is his third result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 135 spots up.
3) Emmett Stottlemyer: 329th —> 212th (+117)
• Stottlemyer’s third place performance counts towards his top 4 results, and is his third result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 117 spots up. 

* Note that there was no women’s division at this event.

USASA ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERIES
Location: Winter Park, Colorado
Disciplines: Slopestyle
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Slopestyle

1) Yuki Sato: 521st —> 291st (+230)
• Sato’s win counts towards his top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, and is his second result in that time frame, so he moves 230 spots up.
2) Gen Sasaki: 177th —> 116th (+61)
• Sasaki’s second place showing counts towards his top 4 results, and is his fourth result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 61 spots up.
3) Jack Price: 241st —> 177th (+64)
• Price’s third place performance counts towards his top 4 results, and is his fourth result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 64 spots up. 

Women’s Slopestyle

1) Yuna Koga: 58th —> 48th (+10)
• Koga’s win counts towards her top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, and is her fourth result in that time frame, so she moves 10 spots up.
2) Svea Irving: 52nd —> 51st (-1)
• Irving’s second place showing counts towards her top 4 results, and replaces her result from last month’s USASA Rocky Mountain Series at Copper Mountain with an equal amount of points, so due to her not obtaining more accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, and Koga’s win allowing her to overtake Irving on the rankings, she drops one spot.
3) Anja Barugh: 69th —> 57th (+120
• Barugh’s third place performance counts towards her top 4 results, and is her fourth result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves 12 spots up. 

USASA MAINE MOUNTAIN SERIES
Location: Sunday River, Maine
Disciplines: Slopestyle
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Slopestyle

1) Parker Pierson: 520th —> 293rd (+227)
• Pierson’s win counts towards his top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, and is his second result in that time frame, so he moves 227 spots up.
2) Andrew Lacerda: 588th —> 322nd (+266)
• Lacerda’s second place showing counts towards his top 4 results, and is his second result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 266 spots up.
3) George Menezes: 699th —> 556th (+143)
• Price’s third place performance counts towards his top 4 results, and is his second result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 143 spots up. 

Women’s Slopestyle

1) Elly Mather: 129th —> 83rd (+46)
• Mather’s win counts towards her top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, and is her second result in that time frame, so she moves 46 spots up. 

* Note that there was only one female competitor at this event. 

USASA SOUTHERN VERMONT SERIES
Location: Okemo, Vermont
Disciplines: Halfpipe
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Halfpipe

1) Andrew Amato: 345th —> 345th (EVEN)
• Amato’s win was his first event on the AFP World Tour, so he enters the rankings in 345th. 

Women’s Halfpipe

1) Connie Brogden: 81st —> 81st (EVEN)
• Brogden’s win was her first event on the AFP World Tour, so she enters the rankings in 81st. 

* Note that there was only one male and one female competitor at this event. 

OVERALL RANKINGS

Other than general fluctuations due to last season’s U.S. Grand Prix Big Air at Fenway Park dropping off the 52-week window, there are no major changes to report in the top 30 on the Men’s and Women’s Overall Rankings. 

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for our next update following the conclusion of this weekend’s Gold-Level Aspen Snowmass Open, the Gold-Level Nanshan Freeski Open, and a number of Bronze-Level events.

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