Mitrani’s amazing first run claims U.S. Grand Prix snowboarding halfpipe over Vito

Luke Mitrani’s unreal first run proved enough to hold off an astonishing effort ( three double corks and frontside 1260) by Louie Vito on Saturday (Dec. 10) to win the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix.

Kelly Clark repeated as champ for the women. Read more.

FRIDAY

The spoils went to the young in the ski halfpipe competition on Friday (Dec. 9) at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain. Wing Tai Barrymore, a 19-year-old, took first while 16-year-old rising star Torin Yater-Wallace took second and another 19 year old was third. Read more.

PREVIEW

Want to watch some of the world’s best snowboarders and freeskiers? You’re in luck, if you can get to Copper Mountain this weekend for the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix. (Can’t make it up? Watch the live webcast.)

Those lucky enough to get up there to watch the freeskiing today will see rising star Torin Yater-Wallace, along with icons such as Jossi Wells and Simon Dumont.

If you can make it up for Saturday’s snowboarding finals at noon, you’ll have a chance to see defending champion Louie Vito, fellow star Scotty Lago and plenty of other big names.

Check back with us for full results. Learn more in this story from SummitDaily.com and get a complete schedule.

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