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AFP World Tour Rankings Update - November 30th

Nov 30, 2016

Words: Jeff Schmuck

Following a two month hiatus, the 2016/2017 AFP World Tour is back in full swing, with one of the premiere events of the winter, the Dew Tour, taking place next week in Breckenridge, Colorado. 

In the lead up to the big show, the first two events of the season in the Northern Hemisphere transpired, including the first stop of the Silver-Level Canadian Open Tour (Slopestyle) at Mount Sima in Whitehorse, Yukon, and the Bronze-Level Stubai Freeski Open (Slopestyle) in Stubai, Austria. Here’s a look at how they shook up the rankings…

CANADIAN OPEN TOUR
Sanctioning Level: Silver
Discipline: Slopestyle

Men’s Slopestyle

1) Phil Langevin: 80th —> 55th (+ 25)
• Langevin’s win counts towards his top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, which moves him 25 spots up.
2) Matt Wilcox: 21st —> 21st (EVEN)
• The amount of points (485.81) Wilcox secured with his second place showing does not eclipse his top 4 Slopestyle results, so he remains in 21st.
3) Max Moffatt: 20th —> 20th (EVEN)
• The amount of points (466.25) Moffatt secured with his third place performance does not eclipse his top 4 Slopestyle results, so he remains in 20th.
4) Dakota Eliuk: 412th —> 412th (EVEN)
• This is Eliuk’s first event in the last 52 weeks on the AFP World Tour, so he enters the rankings in 412th.
5) Tom Nelner: 79th —> 70th (+ 9)
• This result counts towards Nelner’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves him nine spots up.

Women’s Slopestyle

1) Nikki Blackall: 14th —> 8th (+ 6)
• Blackall’s win is her fourth result in the past 52 weeks, and therefore counts towards her ranking, so she moves six spots up.
2) Bryana Cressey: 24th —> 23rd (+ 1)
• This result counts towards Cressey’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves her one spot up.
3) Sofia Tchernetsky: 31st —> 27th (+ 4)
• This result counts towards Tchernetsky’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves her four spots up.
4) Elena Gaskell: 22nd —> 21st (- 1)
• The amount of points (484.03) Gaskell secured with her fourth place finish result does not eclipse her top 4 Slopestyle results, and due to other athletes’ results (namely Coline Ballet-Baz’ victory at the Stubai Freeski Open) allowing them to ascend above her on the rankings, she drops one spot.
5) Elena Ann Paskevich : 109th —> 72nd (+ 37)
• This result counts towards Paskevich’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves her 37 spots up.

STUBAI FREESKI OPEN
Sanctioning Level: Bronze
Discipline: Slopestyle

Men’s Slopestyle

1) Antoine Adelisse: 115th —> 74th (+ 41)
• Adelisse’s win counts towards his top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves him 41 spots up.
2) Lukas Muellauer: 174th —> 112th (+ 62)
• This result counts towards Muellauer’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves him 62 spots up.
3) Mees van Lierop: 550th —> 550th (EVEN)
• This is van Lierop’s first event in the last 52 weeks on the AFP World Tour, so he enters the rankings in 550th.
4) Eetu Rintamaa: 175th —> 116th (+ 59)
• This result counts towards Rintamaa’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves him 59 spots up.
5) Carles Aguareles Loan: 63rd —> 58th (+ 5)
• This result counts towards Aguareles Loan’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves him five spots up.

Women’s Slopestyle

1) Coline Ballet-Baz: 30th —> 16th (+ 14)
• Ballet-Baz’s win counts towards her top 4 Slopestyle results over the past 52 weeks, which moves her 14 spots up.
2) Barin Lou: 61st —> 51st (+ 10)
• This is Lou’s third result in the past 52 weeks, and therefore counts towards her ranking, so she moves 10 spots up.
3) Anastasiya Tatalina: 125h —> 125th (EVEN)
• This is Tatalina’s first event in the last 52 weeks on the AFP World Tour, so she enters the rankings in 125th.
4) Anna Willcox: 43rd —> 33rd (+ 10)
• This result counts towards Willcox’s top 4 Slopestyle results, which moves her 10 spots up.
5) Elisabeth Gram: 133rd —> 133rd (EVEN)
• This is Gram’s first event in the last 52 weeks on the AFP World Tour, so she enters the rankings in 133rd.

That’s all for now on the AFP World Tour Rankings, but stay tuned for another significant update following next week’s Dew Tour.

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