This weekend was the second USASA Halfpipe Nationals qualifier @ Copper. It was a picture perfect day with not a cloud in site and was only about 0 degrees Celsius so it was pretty hot!
The comp was delayed an hour as there were some pipe cutter problems and the groomer was still in the pipe when we were meant to be having practice.
The pipe was in pretty good condition and I was loving it. Practice went really well, so I was feeling good about the competition. I landed my first run, which was indy, method, lean air, japan, mute, alleyoop crippler. Then for my second run I switched things up dropping in on the other side and doing method, lean air, japan, front 3, cab 3, alleyoop. I landed both my runs and ended up winning so I was super stoked on the day.
I’ve now qualified for USA Nationals, which are 2nd – 8th of April.
My next upcoming comp is the Rev Tour @ Boreal California on the 10th of Feb, so I’ll be training hard this next week to get a few more tricks down in preparation for the comp.