The House team rider Kaitlyn Farrington won the 2012 Dew Tour Superpipe event at Breckinridge! After stomping her second run (Back 9, Front 9, Back 5, Alley Oop Back 5, Method, Front 7) the judges gave her a winning run score of 90.00 ahead of the best riders in the world. Stay tuned for USSA Grand Prix Halfpipe news that’s happening this soon…
House Boardshop Team Rider Kaitlyn Farrington has been on fire this season. In case you missed it, this past weekend was the last of three stops for the 2011 Winter Dew Tour. Kaitlyn threw down a flawless run to nab her second Dew Tour silver medal, a close second behind the overall Winter Dew Tour champ Kelly Clark.
Congrats go out to Kaitlyn’s podium finish and to her Houseboardshop fellow team members Brennen Swanson and Tyler Anderson who also competed, placing 11th and 27th in the men’s superpipe prelims. Check out the video highlights courtesy of Alli Sports below.
Women’s Toyota Championship Winter Dew Tour Superpipe Results:
Congratulations to House Boardshop team rider Kaitlyn Farrington who took third place in today’s Superpipe Finals at the Breckenridge Dew Tour. Kaitlyn is on a podium streak after winning last weekend’s Copper Mountain Grand Prix. Last year she was the all around Dew Cup winner for the ladies of the halfpipe and with another podium finish she is well on her way to earning a second Dew Cup after the three-stop tour this winter.
Spain’s Queralt Castellet and Volcom’s Elena Hight came in first and second respectively. For more on today’s competition head over to Snowboard Magazine’s wrap up by clicking here.
Kaitlyn totally KILLED the 2009/2010 contest season. Alli got in a few words with her and talked about all the podium she ended up on and the coveted Dew Cup that she took home. Swing over to Alli and check out what she had to say in FARRINGTON RIDES THE MOMENTUM.
Summer is fresh under way and a long with warm sunny days and birds chirping comes big crowds gathering to watch the pros of skateboarding, BMX and other such things go at it. The Dew Tour, as usual, is making several stops over the summer so here is a quick run down of the schedule so you don’t miss any of the action:
Skate Open ISF Skateboarding World Championships
June 25-26 – Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
Nike 6.0 BMX Open
July 23-24 – Chicago, Ill. – Museum Campus
Aug. 12-15 – Portland, Ore. – Rose Quarter
Sept. 16-19 – Salt Lake City, Utah – EnergySolutions Arena
Dew Tour Championships
Oct. 14-17 – Las Vegas, Nev. – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
If you’re looking for a little more information than that you can head over to their website at Alli Sports to get the whole run down.