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AFP World Tour Rankings Update - March 15th

Mar 15, 2017

Words: Jeff Schmuck

It’s time for one of the most consequential updates of the season on the AFP World Tour Rankings. Over the past week and a half, seven significant events unfolded, including the Platinum-Level SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals in Tignes, France (Halfpipe), the Platinum-Level X Games Norway in Lillehammer, Norway (Slopestyle & Big Air), the final stop of the Silver-Level U.S. Revolution Tour at Seven Springs, Pennsylvania (Slopestyle x 2), the fourth stop of the Bronze-Level Swiss Freeski Open in Laax, Switzerland (Halfpipe), the second stop of the Bronze-Level Step Up Freeski Tour at Mont Orford, Quebec (Slopestyle) and two Bronze-Level USASA events at Mount Bachelor, Oregon (Halfpipe). 

In addition to these events transpiring, based on a number of factors (which you can read all about by clicking here), we have opted to concurrently alter this season’s Global Rankings formula in Halfpipe, Slopestyle and Big Air from an athlete’s top 4 results over the course of the past 52 weeks to their top 3. Once again, click here for more info, and be sure to take heed of how this change impacts the current AFP World Tour Rankings as a result of the following events...

SFR FREESTYLE TOUR
Location: Tignes, France
Discipline: Halfpipe
Sanctioning Level: Platinum

SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals Men's Podium: Taylor Seaton (2nd), Alex Ferreira (1st), Kevin Rolland (3rd)

Men’s Halfpipe

1) ALEX FERREIRA: 9th —> 13th (-4)
• Ferreira’s win counts towards his top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, and is his third result in that time frame, but due to both his second place showing at last season’s X Games Oslo and his seventh place showing at last season’s SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals now having dropped off the 52-week window, he drops four spots.
2) TAYLOR SEATON: 7th —> 4th (+3)
• Seaton’s second place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from last summer’s Cardrona Games with an additional 395.19 points, so he moves three spots up.
3) KEVIN ROLLAND: 1st —> 2nd (-1)
• Rolland’s third place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth with an additional 129.82 points, but due to both his win at last season’s SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals and his sixth place showing at last season’s X Games Oslo now having dropped off the 52-week window, he drops one spot.
4) BENOIT VALENTIN: 3rd —> 3rd (EVEN)
• Valentin’s fourth place finish counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth with an additional 20.37 points, but does not secure him enough points to overtake Kevin Rolland, so he remains in third.
5) BRENDAN MACKAY: 13th —> 15th (-2)
• MacKay’s fifth place finish counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s U.S. Revolution Tour at Copper with an additional 366.26 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops two spots.
6) NOAH BOWMAN: 8th —> 8th (EVEN)
• Bowman’s sixth place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth with an additional 243.69 points, but does not secure him enough points to overtake Miguel Porteous, so he remains in eighth.
7) BIRK IRVING: 6th —> 5th (-1)
• Irving’s seventh place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Aspen Snowmass Open with an additional 33.85 points, but due to Taylor Seaton now having a higher amount of accumulative points as a result of his second place showing, he drops one spot.
8) JOEL GISLER: 11th —> 10th (+1)
• Gisler’s eighth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from last season’s Swiss Freeski Open at Crans Montana with an additional 446 points, so he moves one spot up.
9) AARON BLUNCK: 2nd —> 1st (+1)
• The amount of points (775.18) Blunck secured with his ninth place performance does not eclipse his top 3 results, but due to Kevin Rolland’s win at last season’s SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals and his sixth place showing at last season’s X Games Oslo now having dropped off the 52-week window, he moves back into first.
10) SIMON D’ARTOIS: 22nd —> 11th (+11)
• D’Artois’ tenth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and is his third result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 11 spots up.

SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals Women's Podium: Ayana Onozuka (2nd), Cassie Sharpe (1st), Marie Martinod (3rd)

Women’s Halfpipe

1) CASSIE SHARPE: 5th —> 5th (EVEN)
• Sharpe’s win counts towards her top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Revolution Tour at Copper with an additional 443.51 points, but does not secure her enough points to overtake Annalisa Drew, so she remains in fifth.
2) AYANA ONOZUKA: 3rd —> 2nd (+1)
• Onozuka’s second place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Copper with an additional 70.53 points, so she moves one spot up.
3) MARIE MARTINOD: 1st — 1st (EVEN)
• The amount of points (905) Martinod secured with her third place performance does not eclipse her top 3 results, so she remains in first.
4) ANNALISA DREW: 4th —> 4th (EVEN)
• Drew’s fourth place finish counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s X Games Aspen with an additional 45.66 points, but does not secure her enough points to overtake Maddie Bowman, so she remains in fourth.
5) SABRINA CAKMAKLI: 30th —> 14th (+16)
• Cakmakli’s fifth place finish counts at this event and her third place performance at the Swiss Freeski Open in Laax both count toward her top 3 results, and replace her result from this season’s Swiss Freeski Open in Davos with an additional 865.79 points, so she moves 16 spots up.
6) MADDIE BOWMAN: 2nd —> 3rd (-1)
• Bowman’s sixth place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and is her third result in that time frame, but due to Ayana Onozuka now having a higher amount of accumulative points as a result of her second place showing, she drops one spot.
7) BRITA SIGOURNEY: 6th —> 6th (EVEN)
• Sigourney’s seventh place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Copper with an additional 250.16 points, but does not secure her enough points to overtake Cassie Sharpe as a result of her win, so she remains in sixth.
8) ROZ GROENEWOUD: 37th —> 30th (+7)
• Groenewoud’s eighth place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in that time frame, so she moves seven spots up.
9) ABIGALE HANSEN: 9th —> 9th (EVEN)
• Hansen’s ninth place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Copper with an additional 15.63 points, but does not secure her enough points to overtake Janina Kuzma, so she remains in ninth.
10) ROWAN CHESIRE: 12th —> 15th (-3)
• Chesire’s tenth place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Copper with an additional 264.38 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops three spots.

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE

X GAMES NORWAY
Location: Lillehammer, Norway
Disciplines: Slopestyle & Big Air
Sanctioning Level: Platinum

X Games Norway Men's Slopestyle Podium: James Woods (3rd), Oystein Braten (1st), Nick Goepper (2nd)

Men’s Slopestyle

1) OYSTEIN BRATEN: 1st —> 1st (EVEN)
• The amount of points (1000) Braten secured with his win does not eclipse (but ties) his top 3 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, so he remains in first.
2) NICK GOEPPER: 9th —> 5th (+4)
• Goepper’s second place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Dew Tour with an additional 185.64 points, so he moves four spots up.
3) JAMES WOODS: 4th —> 4th (EVEN)
• Woodsy’s third place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s SFR Freestyle Tour at Font Romeu with an additional 76 points, but does not secure him enough points to overtake Alex Bellemare, so he remains in fourth.
4) MCRAE WILLIAMS: 2nd —> 2nd (EVEN)
• The amount of points (874.66) Williams secured with his fourth place finish does not eclipse his top 3 results, so he remains in second.
5) JOSS CHRISTENSEN: 27th —> 14th (+13)
• Christenen’s fifth place finish counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Dew Tour with an additional 106.22 points, so he moves 13 spots up.
6) ANDRI RAGETTLI: 3rd —> 6th (-3)
• The amount of points (829) Ragettli secured with his sixth place showing does not eclipse his top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops three spots.
7) GUS KENWORTHY: 14th —> 12th (-2)
• Kenworthy’s seventh place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Dew Tour with an additional 139.54 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops two spots.
8) EVAN MCEACHRAN: 8th —> 13th (-5)
• The amount of points (791) McEachran secured with his eighth place performance does not eclipse his top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops five spots.
9) JOSSI WELLS: 13th —> 15th (-2)
• Wells’ ninth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s SFR Freestyle Tour at Font Romeu with an additional 15.63 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops two spots.
10) CHRISTIAN NUMMEDAL: 38th —> 30th (+8)
• Nummedal’s tenth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from last season’s Nor Freeski Cup at Hemsedal with an additional 414.55 points, so he moves eight spots up.

X Games Norway Women's Slopestyle Gold Medalist Johanne Killi

Women’s Slopestyle

1) JOHANNE KILLI: 5th —> 3rd (+2)
• Killi’s win counts towards her top 3 Slopestyle results in the past 52 weeks, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth with an additional 95 points, so she moves two spots up.
2) TESS LEDEUX: 4th —> 2nd (+2)
• Ledeux’s second place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from last season’s SFR Freestyle Tour at La Clusaz with an additional 40.19 points, so she moves two spots up.
3) DEVIN LOGAN: 6th —> 8th (+2)
• Logan’s third place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from last season’s SFR Freestyle Tour at La Clusaz with an additional 54.71 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops two spots.
4) GIULIA TANNO: 11th —> 11th (EVEN)
• Tanno’s fourth place finish counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth with an additional 161.01 points, but does not secure her enough points to overtake Sarah Hoefflin, so she remains in 11th.
5) KAYA TURSKI: 19th —> 7th (+12)
• Turski’s fifth place finish counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s Freeski World Cup Corvatsch with an additional 90.74 points, so she moves 12 spots up.
6) MATHILDE GREMAUD: 18th —> 6th (+12)
• Gremaud’s sixth place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from last season’s Swiss Freeski Open at Crans Montana with an additional 459 points, so she moves 12 spots up.
7) MAGGIE VOISIN: 3rd —> 4th (-1)
• The amount of points (808.85) Voisin secured with her seventh place showing does not eclipse her top 3 results, and due to Johanne Killi now having a higher amount of accumulative points as a result of her win, she drops one spot.
8) EMMA DAHLSTROM: 7th —> 9th (-2)
• The amount of points (791) Dahlstrom secured with her eighth place performance does not eclipse her top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops two spots.

X Games Norway Men's Big Air Podium: Eirik Saeteroy (2nd), Henrik Harlaut (1st), Jackson Wells (3rd)

Men’s Big Air

1) HENRIK HARLAUT: 16th —> 8th (+8)
• Harlaut’s win counts towards his top 3 Big Air results in the past 52 weeks, and is his second result in that time frame, so he moves eight spots up.
2) EIRIK SAETEROY: 22nd —> 11th (+11)
• Saeteroy’s second place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Nor Freeski Cup at Hovden with an additional 780.09 points, so he moves 11 spots up.
3) JACKSON WELLS: 84th —> 14th (+70)
• Wells’ third place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and is his second result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 70 spots up.
4) BOBBY BROWN: 24th —> 9th (+15)
• Brown’s fourth place finish counts towards his top 3 results, and is his second result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 15 spots up.
5) BIRK RUUD: 3rd —> 2nd (+1)
• Ruud’s fifth place finish counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Nor Freeski Cup at Hovden with an additional 498.75 points, so he moves one spot up.
6) ANDRI RAGETTLI: 26th —> 26th (EVEN)
• Ragettli’s sixth place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and is his first result in the past 52 weeks, so he re-enters the rankings in 26th.
7) FELIX STRIDSBERG-USTERUD: 42nd —> 13th (+29)
• Usterud’s seventh place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and is his third result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 29 spots up.
8) OYSTEIN BRATEN: 29th —> 29th (EVEN)
• Braten’s eighth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and is his first result in the past 52 weeks, so he re-enters the rankings in 29th.
9) GUS KENWORTHY: 32nd —> 32nd (EVEN)
• Kenworthy’s ninth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and is his first result in the past 52 weeks, so he re-enters the rankings in 32nd.
10) LUCA SCHULER: 4th —> 3rd (+1)
• Schuler’s tenth place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from last season’s Swiss Freeski Championships with an additional 389.55 points, so he moves one spot up.

X Games Norway Women's Big Air Podium: Kelly Sildaru (2nd), Mathilde Gremaud (1st), Maggie Voisin (3rd)

Women’s Big Air

1) MATHILDE GREMAUD: 4th —> 4th (EVEN)
• Gremaud’s win counts towards her top 3 Big Air results in the past 52 weeks, and is her first result in that time frame, so she re-enters the rankings in fourth.
2) KELLY SILDARU: 4th —> 2nd (+2)
• Sildaru’s second place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves two spots up.
3) MAGGIE VOISIN: 8th —> 3rd (+5)
• Voisin’s third place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves five spots up.
4) GIULIA TANNO: 1st —> 1st (EVEN)
• Tanno’s fourth place finish counts towards her top 3 results, and is her third result in the past 52 weeks, so she remains in first.
5) EMMA DAHLSTROM: 7th —> 4th (+3)
• Dahlstrom’s fifth place finish counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves three spots up.
6) JOHANNE KILLI: 6th —> 5th (+1)
• Killi’s sixth place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves one spot up.
7) DEVIN LOGAN: 9th —> 6th (+3)
• Logan’s seventh place showing counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves three spots up.
8) SILVIA BERTAGNA: 10th —> 10th (EVEN)
• Bertagna’s eighth place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and is her fist result in the past 52 weeks, so she re-enters the rankings in tenth. 

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

U.S. REVOLUTION TOUR SLOPESTYLE #1
Location: Seven Springs, Pennsylvania
Discipline: Slopestyle
Sanctioning Level: Silver

Men’s Slopestyle

1) ANTOINE POIRIER: 79th —> 73rd (-6)
• Poirier’s win at this event and his ninth place performance at the second U.S. Revolution Tour slopestyle event both count toward his top 3 Slopestyle results in the past 52 weeks, and replace his results from this season’s Canadian Open Tour and NorAm Cup (both of which took place at Mount St. Louis Moonstone) with an additional 157.32 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops six spots.
2) CAL CARSON: 57th —> 56th (+1)
• Carson’s second place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s U.S. Revolution Tour at Waterville Valley with an additional 82.76 points, so he moves one spot up.
3) CODY LAPLANTE: 60th —> 65th (-5)
• Laplante’s third place performance at this event and his fifth place finish at the second U.S. Revolution Tour slopestyle event both count toward his top 3 results, and replace his results from this season’s dual U.S. Revolution Tour stop at Waterville Valley with an additional 75.23 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops five spots. 

Women’s Slopestyle

1) CAROLINE CLAIRE: 31st —> 39th (-8)
• The amount of points (512.50 x 2, for a total of 1025) Claire secured with her wins at both U.S. Revolution Tour slopestyle events do not eclipse her top 3 Slopestyle results in the past 52 weeks, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops eight spots.
2) SOFIA TCHERNETSKY: 17th —> 21st (-4)
• The amount of points (485.81) Tchernetsky secured with her second place showing does not eclipse her top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops four spots.
3) CONSTANCE BROGDEN: 112th —> 71st (+41)
• Brogden’s third place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and is her second result in the past 52 weeks, so she moves 41 spots up. 

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

U.S. REVOLUTION TOUR SLOPESTYLE #2
Location: Seven Springs, Pennsylvania
Discipline: Slopestyle
Sanctioning Level: Silver

Men’s Slopestyle

1) PHILIPPE LANGEVIN: 29th —> 29th (EVEN)
• The amount of points (550) Langevin secured with his win does not eclipse his top 3 Slopestyle results in the past 52 weeks, so he remains 29th.
2) MAX MOFFATT: 31st —> 33rd (-2)
• Moffatt’s second place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from last season’s U.S. Revolution Tour at Seven Springs with an additional 35.34 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops two spots.
3) PATRICK DEW: 32nd —> 34th (-2)
• Dew’s third place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Aspen Snowmass Open with an additional .41 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops two spots. 

Women’s Slopestyle

1) CAROLINE CLAIRE: 31st —> 39th (-8)
• See above.
2) NIKITA RUBOCKI: 34th —> 42nd (-8)
• The amount of points (485.81 & 451.48) Rubocki secured with her second place showing at this event and her fourth place finish at the first U.S. Revolution Tour slopestyle event do not eclipse her top 3 Slopestyle results in the past 52 weeks, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops eight spots.
3) EMMA STEVENS: 20th —> 22nd (-2)
• The amount of points (466.25) Stevens secured with her third place performance does not eclipse her top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops two spots. 

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

SWISS FREESKI OPEN
Location: Laax, Switzerland
Discipline: Halfpipe
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Halfpipe

1) TAYLOR SEATON: 7th —> 4th (+3)
• The amount of points (370) Seaton secured with his win does not eclipse his top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, but as previously mentioned, due to his second place showing at the SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals, he moves three spots up.
2) JOEL GISLER: 11th —> 10th (+1)
• The amount of points (351.54) Gisler secured with his second place showing does not eclipse his top 3 results, but as previously mentioned, due to his eighth place performance at the SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals, he moves one spot up.
3) MURRAY BUCHAN: 17th —> 22nd (-5)
• The amount of points (338) Buchan secured with his third place performance does not eclipse his top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops five spots. 

Women’s Halfpipe

1) ROWAN CHESHIRE: 12th —> 15th (-3)
• The amount of points (395) Cheshire secured with her win does not eclipse her top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, and as previously mentioned, due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops three spots.
2) JANINA KUZMA: 7th —> 8th (-1)
• The amount of points (375.09) Kuzma secured with her second place showing does not eclipse her top 3 results, and due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops one spot.
3) SABRINA CAKMAKLI: 30th —> 14th (+16)
• As previously mentioned, Cakmakli’s third place performance counts towards her top 3 results, and replaces her result from this season’s Swiss Freeski Open at Davos with an additional 15.50 points, which in addition to her fifth place finish at the SFR Freestyle Tour Halfpipe Finals (which earned her 850.29 points, for a total of 865.79 additional points), contributes to her moving 16 spots up. 

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

STEP UP TOUR GOLDEN CROWN
Location: Mont Orford, Quebec
Discipline: Slopestyle
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Slopestyle

1) ETIENNE BROCHU: 227th —> 165th (+62)
• Brochu’s win counts towards his top 3 Slopestyle results in the past 52 weeks, and is his third result in that time frame, so he moves 62 spots up.
2) YAN BUSSIERES: 155th —> 136th (-19)
• Bussieres second place showing counts towards his top 3 results, and replaces his result from this season’s Delta Le Relais with an additional 12.48 points, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, he drops 19 spots.
3) SAM MOORE: 512th —> 283rd (+229)
• Moore’s third place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and is his second result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 229 spots up. 

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

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

USASA COUSASA SERIES HALFPIPE #1
Location: Mont Bachelor, Oregon
Discipline: Halfpipe
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Halfpipe

1) JON MARKS: 101st —> 93rd (+8)
• Marks’ victories in both USASA COUSASA events count toward his top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, and are his second and third results in that time frame, so he moves eight spots up.
2) DOMINIC BOWLER: 177th —> 177th (EVEN)
• Bowler’s second place showings in both USASA COUSASA events count toward his top 3 results, and are his first and second results in the past 52 weeks, so he re-enters the rankings in 177th.
3) CONOR ALLEN: 115th —> 101st (+14)
• Allen’s third place performance counts towards his top 3 results, and is his second result in the past 52 weeks, so he moves 14 spots up. 

Women’s Halfpipe

1) HANNAH JOHNSON: 81st —> 78th (+3)
• Johnson’s win at this event and her second place showing at the second USASA COUSASA event both count toward her top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, and are her second and third results in that time frame, so she moves three spots up.
2) ANNIKA PAZ: 56th —> 48th (-8)
• Paz’s second place showing at this event and her win at the second USASA COUSASA event both count toward her top 3 results, and are her third and fourth results in that time frame, but due to other athletes now having a higher amount of accumulative points over the past 52 weeks, she drops eight spots. 

* Note that there were only two female competitors in this event. 

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

USASA COUSASA SERIES HALFPIPE #2
Location: Mont Bachelor, Oregon
Discipline: Halfpipe
Sanctioning Level: Bronze

Men’s Halfpipe

1) JON MARKS: 101st —> 93rd (+8)
• See above.
2) DOMINIC BOWLER: 177th —> 177th (EVEN)
• See above.
3) ELI VOSLLER: 109th —> 97th (+12)
• Vossler’s third place performance counts towards his top 3 Halfpipe results in the past 52 weeks, and is his third result in that time frame, so he moves 12 spots up. 

Women’s Halfpipe

1) ANNIKA PAZ: 56th —> 48th (-8)
• See above.
2) HANNAH JOHNSON: 81st —> 78th (+3)
• See above. 

* Note that there were only two female competitors in this event. 

FOR FULL RESULTS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

OVERALL RANKINGS

As a result of the above events, here are some significant movements in the top 20 on the Men’s and Women’s Overall Rankings…

Men

OYSTEIN BRATEN: 17th —> 3rd (+14)
HENRIK HARLAUT: 6th —> 4th (+2)
ANDRI RAGETTLI: 42nd —> 8th (+34)
BOBBY BROWN: 12th —> 10th (+2)
ALEX BEAULIEU-MARCHAND: 33rd —> 16th (+17)
LUCA SCHULER: 18th —> 17th (+1)

Women

KELLY SILDARU: 5th —> 4th (+1)
SVEA IRVING: 6th —> 5th (+1)
NIKITA RUBOCKI: 8th —> 6th (+2)
MARIE MARTINOD: 9th —> 8th (+1)
MATHILDE GREMAUD: 27th —> 9th (+18)
TESS LEDEUX: 12th —> 10th (+2)
JOHANNE KILLI: 18th —> 12th (+6)
MAGGIE VOISIN: 15th —> 14th (+1)
CASSIE SHARPE: 20th —> 19th (+1)
BRYNN WEDLAKE: 21st —> 20th (+1)

That does it for now on the AFP World Tour Rankings, but stay tuned for another update following the conclusion of next week’s events, and to see how last season’s SFR Freestyle Tour Slopestyle Finals dropping off the 52-week window shakes up the newly re-tooled rankings.

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