New episode of FollowUs.tv with Xavier Bertoni and Kevin Rolland.
After the X-Games in Aspen, all the team met at Park City Mountain Resort for the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.
Follow the guys during the trainings, the qualifications and the finals where Kevin took the Silver Medal and became World Vice-Champion of Half pipe.
Kevin Rolland became last saturday World Vice-Champion of Half pipe during the 2011 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships in Park City Mountain Resort.
The weather was very difficult with some wind, snow and fog but the staff has decided to maintain the competition.
Mike Riddle is first and Simon Dumont fourth.
For Rossignol, David Wise is fourth and Xavier Bertoni is sixth. Congrats guys !
See you in one week for the last stop of Dew Tour in Snowbassin (Utah).
Pics: Louis Garnier
Deer Valley • FIS Freestyle World Championships
France’s Guilbaut Colas, the overall World Cup
leader, won the men’s competition (with 26.26 points), enough to
beat reigning Olympic gold medalist Alexandre Bilodeau of
Live the backstage of Kevin's victory at the Winter X Games 15.
Skiing Superpipe Gold medal, three times in a row... you can really
feel the pressure at the top of the pipe in this beautiful episode.
Watch it now.
A crazy evening for Kevin Rolland, he wins
X-Games Superpipe finals.
In a very intense finish in this Superpipe, Kevin won his third Winter X-Games in a row.
With two falls in his two first runs, Kevin earned a 93,66 score in the last one with a double 9 to alley-oop flat 3 to switch 7 to switch 9 to double cork 12.
A strong mind for Kevin who showed once again his domination in this sport.
Torin Yater-Wallace took silver and Simon Dumont took bronze.
Unfortunately, David Wise and Xavier Bertoni with too many falls finish at 7th and 8th place. They will do better next time.
Enjoy Kevin's run :
Pics : Louis Garnier
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