SFR Freestyle Tour

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MAJOR FREESTYLE EVENT IN EUROPE

 

Since two years, the SFR Freestyle Tour in Tignes is also the SKI HALFPIPE WORLD CUP FINAL (FIS World Cup Final).


From March 4th to 7th 2017, the best freestylers of the planet will be in Tignes to compete in its mythical superpipe.

What was to win? Nothing less than the Cristal Globe and a new deal of the cards of the AFP ranking. Suffice to say that the level of the competition will be (really) high and that the greatest stars of superpipe skiing wiil all be there to drop their most technical run.

 

PROGRAMME: 

Saturday, March 4th

  • Trainings are CANCELLED because of the weather

 

Sunday, March 5th

  • 8am: trainings
  • 10pm: men's and mowen's qualifications (estimated duration: between 3 and 4 hours, depending on the weather), instead of Monday, March 6th (bad weather expected)

 

Tuesday, March 7th

  • 5.40pm - 6.25pm: women's and men's trainings
  • 6.35pm - 8.15pm: men's and women's finals
  • 8.15pm: prize-giving ceremony

 

 

 

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CRySTAL GLOBE

Kevin Rolland & Marie Martinod won the Crystal Globe after the finale of the Halfpipe world cup in Tignes. Ben Valentin is just behind Kevin Rolland in the standings and ahead of the American Aaron Blunck.

 

SFR TOUR FINALe results

MEN
1st - Alex Ferreira USA 93.2 points
2nd - Taylor Seaton USA 89.4 points
3rd - Kevin Rolland FRA 89.2 points


LADIES
1st - Cassie Sharpe CAN 90.8 points
2nd - Ayana Onozuka JPN 86.0 points
3rd - Marie Martinod FRA 84.0 points

 

They was qualify for the finale :

Men Women

Joel Gisler

Aaron Blunck

Birk Irving

Kevin Rolland

Ben Valentin 

Alex Ferreira

Noah Bowman 

Brendan Mackay

Simon D'Artois

Taylor Seaton

Cassie Sharpe

Marie Martinod

Maddie Bowman

Ayana Onozuka

Annalisa Drew

Sabrina Caknahli

 

 

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