On the women’s side of the Toyota Championships at Snowbasin, the freeski superpipe finals awarded the first women’s freeski Dew Cup to Devin Logan. She ran an extremely agressive run that earned her a 90.00 which dominated her competition. Already holding the lead, she dropped into the pipe, starting her run with a japan grab to a 540 tail grab, followed by a flare, mute grab, alley-oop critical grab, 720 mute, ending with a switch alley-oop 540. Logan was able to land seven tricks due to the superpipe 615-foot length, the longest ever built for a contest.
“I’m so excited,” exclaimed Logan following her win. “I can’t describe my feelings right now. It’s hit, but not really. I’m just in amazement right now. I’m so happy with everyone skiing and myself.”
In addition to taking first in the superpipe finals and claiming the Dew Tour Cup. Logan was also named the tour’s Paul Mitchell Breakout Athlete of the Year for her consistent podiums throughout the Dew Tour.
“I knew I was in contention for the Dew Cup and just had to come out and put down the best run I could. I had slope this morning, so I was a bit tired, but I got some energy, found some deep down and ended up doing it, so I’m thrilled.”
Women’s Freeski Superpipe Final Results
1.Devin Logan, Dover, Vt., 90.00. 2. Rosalind Groenewoud, Canada, 82.50. 3. Maddie Bowman, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., 80.00. 4. Anais Caradeux, France, 70.00. 5. Ayana Onozuka, Japan, 67.25. 6. Brita Sigourney, Carmel, Calif., 54.50.
Women’s Freeski Superpipe – Tour Rankings
1.Devin Logan, 190. 2. Maddie Bowman, 182. 3. Rosalind Groenewoud, 154. 4. Brita Sigourney, 150. 5. Anais Caradeux, 148. 6. Ayana Onozuka, 140. 7. Katrien Aerts, 120. 8. Annalisa Drew, 115. 9. Keri Herman, 96. 10. Megan Gunning, 93.