USGP Copper Mountain Slope Results

by The Editors on January 11, 2013

Things must be right with the world if the final results from FIS World Cup Sprint US Grand Prix Snowboarding from Copper Mountain on January 11, 2013 are any judge.

Jamie Anderson and Chas Guldemond took their rightful places at the top of the podium by huge margins. Chas was 12 points ahead of second place, Finland’s Roope Tonteri. And Anderson took her event by nine points over Norway’s Kjersti Buaas.

Guldemond even took one for the team. “My first run was for the U.S. Snowboarding team and my second run was for me,” Guldemond said. “As always I try to have a good time snowboarding no matter what. It feels so good to be on top and start the Olympic qualifying period. It’s my goal to continue this success to the best of my abilities. . . I have really been working hard to perfect my run and it is going well so far, I am happy with how my dub 12 is coming together.”

Anderson, who wins pretty much everything she enters still finds a way to sound surprised, which is nice. “This has all been unreal, I feel so lucky,” Anderson said. “Thirteen is my lucky number, I was born on the 13th and there are 13 letters in my name so I would like to think this good vibe will keep going through.

For the complete results, please follow the jump.Men’s Slope Style Finals

1. Chas Guldemond 92.5
2. Roope Tonteri 80.2
3. Peetu Piironen 78.2
4. Seppe Smits 74
5. Billy Morgan 72.7
6. Maxence Parrot 72 5
7. Sven Thorgren 72
8. Jordan Phillips 68.5
9. Takahiro Ishida 54.5
10. Gjermund Braaten 41.5
11. Declan Vogel-Paul 40.5
12. Torsein Horgmo 38
13. Staale Sandbech 35.7
14. Yuuki Kandono 34
15. Mark McMorris 32.7
16. Eric Willett 32.2

Women’s Slope Style Finals
1. Jamie Anderson 83
2. Kjersti Buaas 74.2
3. Isabel Derungs 71.5
4. Elena Koenz 65.2
5. Urska Pribosic 50.2
6. Sarka Pancochova 50
7. Stefi Luxton 30.2
8. Spencer O’Brien 23.2

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