Mount Snow Rev Tour was the last stop on the Revolution Tour.
The pipe at mount snow was alot like Perisher’s in Australia. Small, slushy and super fun!
We had 2 days before we competed.
With temperatures in the 60s (15 degrees celcius) it turned the pipe really soft early in the day, but i was used to those conditions and loved it. My coach and i spent an afternoon hiking the pipe in our tshirts.
I was doing backflips out of the bottom of the pipe and then turned it into an actual halfpipe trick and landed a few Alley-oop Rodeos.
There were only 14 girls signed up for the event. I attended the riders meeting the night before and everyone decided to go straight into finals and all the girls got 3 runs.
The pipe was in great shape for the comp considering how warm it was. The competition didn’t go as well as i planned. I fell on my first run and again on my 2nd run. With only 1 run left i wasn’t able to do my inverted tricks and had to stick to landing a safe run to get a decent result. Having put the pressure on myself leaving it till the final run i successfully landed a run consisting of Air, Back 5, Air, Air, Front 5. I finished in 4th place which i was happy with.
It had been a long month of traveling, competing and living out of a suit case but i was definitely ready to head back home to colorado.