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U.S. Skiers and Riders Send to Dew Tour

By Andrew Gauthier
February, 3 2020
Dew Tour

The 2020 edition of the winter Dew Tour is set to kick off at a new location this year Feb.6-9 at Copper Mountain, Colo. with modified superpipe, slopestyle and Dew Tour’s signature Team Challenge competition. Although Copper may be a new host to Dew Tour, U.S. Freeski and Snowboard athletes are stepping back into familiar territory. 

“I’m super excited to be heading to Copper Mountain for this year’s Dew Tour,” said U.S. Snowboard Team member Toby Miller. “It’s the first year the event has been here, and I can not wait to see what they have in mind for the modified halfpipe. I can’t think of a better location for this event to be hosted. The Woodward Crew has been doing such an amazing job on their parks and pipes for the last couple of years. This year’s Dew Tour is going to be all time!”

Joining Toby from the U.S. Snowboard Halfpipe Team is last year’s second-place finisher Chase Josey, Jake Pates, and last week’s Mammoth Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix second-place finisher, Taylor Gold. Maddie Mastro, who is also coming off a second-place finish at the Mammoth USGP, will represent the women of the U.S. Snowboard Team. In addition, Jamie Anderson will compete in her first-ever modified superpipe event. Maddie was second at last year’s Dew Tour, and also is coming hot off landing her first double crippler in halfpipe competition since winning the 2019 U.S. Open.

Over in snowboard slopestyle, the U.S. roster is stacked including Olympic gold medalist Red Gerard, Olympic silver medalist Kyle Mack, Lyon Farrell, Luke Winkelmann, and last week’s Grand Prix third-place finisher Judd Henkes. 2020 X Games and Mammoth Grand Prix winner Jamie Anderson will lead with women of the U.S. Snowboard team along with style master Hailey Langland and the 2020 Laax Open Champion Julia Marino. 

The U.S. Freeski Team is not holding back leading into Dew Tour with a strong list of heavy hitters set to compete led by two-time X Games gold medalist and defending Dew Tour champion Alex Ferreira. Joining Alex is the current FIS World Cup Standings leader Aaron Blunck and U.S. Freeski Pro Team members David Wise, Hunter Hess, Lyman Currier, Taylor Seaton and Birk Irving. For the women, Brita Sigourney, Devin Logan and rookie team member Abigale Hansen are set to drop into the Dew Tour modified pipe. 

In slopestyle, the U.S. has a trio of all-stars heading into Dew Tour including last year’s slopestyle silver medalist Alex Hall, two-time Olympic medalist Nick Goepper, and the double 2020 X Games gold medalist Colby Stevenson. Colby is coming into Dew Tour after earning his second podium in two weeks at the Mammoth Grand Prix with a second-place finish. Maggie Voisin and Caroline Claire will represent the Women’s U.S. Freeski Team. Maggie has also earned two podiums in two weeks with third-place finishes at X Games and the Grand Prix. 

More than 150 athletes representing 20 different countries will compete at Copper Mountain throughout Dew Tour in their amazing facilities. This year’s Modified Superpipe will start with a double transition feature to a 22-foot pipe hit with a traditional jump landing feature and will finish with a 300-foot traditional Superpipe with 22-foot walls. The Slopestyle course has seven features, including three multi-option jib pads, a transition feature with 13’ walls into traditional jump landings, then concludes with a series of three consecutively larger jumps at 55 ft, 62 ft, and 68 ft.

Do not miss your chance to catch the action in person or tune in to catch the action live. 


HOW TO WATCH
Winter Dew Tour will be live-streamed in its entirety on DewTour.com, Facebook Live, YouTube
Subject to change
All times MST

FREESKI
Thursday, Feb. 6

9:15 a.m. - Men’s ski slopestyle qualifier - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
11:00 a.m. - Women’s Ski Modified Superpipe Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

Friday, Feb. 7
12:30 p.m. - Ski Team Challenge: Slopestyle - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
1:45 p.m. - Ski Team Challenge: Modified Superpipe - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
2:45 p.m. - Ski Team Challenge: Streetstyle - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

Saturday, Feb. 8
1:00 p.m. - Men’s Ski Slopestyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
3:00 p.m. - Women’s Ski Streetstyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
5:45 p.m. - Men’s Ski Streetstyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

Sunday, Feb. 9
9:00 a.m. - Men’s Ski Modified Superpipe Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
2:00 p.m. - Women’s Ski Slopestyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

SNOWBOARD
Thursday, Feb. 6

12:30 p.m. - Snowboard Team Challenge: Slopestyle - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
1:45 p.m. - Snowboard Team Challenge: Modified Superpipe - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
2:45 p.m. - Snowboard Team Challenge: Streetstyle - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

Friday, Feb. 7
9:15 a.m. - Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Qualifier - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

Saturday, Feb. 8
9:00 a.m. - Women’s Snowboard Modified Superpipe Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
10:45 a.m. - Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
3:45 p.m. - Women’s Snowboard Streetstyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
6:45 p.m. - Men’s Snowboard Streetstyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 

Sunday, Feb. 9 
10:45 a.m. - Men’s Snowboard Modified Superpipe Final - Copper Mountain, Colo. 
12:30 p.m. - Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final - Copper Mountain, Colo.