Congrats are in order for Bobby Brown!
The 23-year-old freeskier won first place in the slopestyle final at the 2015 AFI World Champs on Saturday (April 11) at Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, BC. This is Bobby’s second consecutive win after finishing on top at the 2015 Dumont Cup just a few weeks ago.
Bobby earned the coveted spot by throwing a massive, slow-spinning, pristinely grabbed double cork 10 mute on the first jump and a misty 450 safety off the cannon rail, up and over the butter box. His incredible run earned him a score of 88.67 from the judges.
“It’s been a long time since I’ve been consistent with my contest skiing,” Bobby told Freeskier after the big win. “It’s been a crazy year… To come out here and finish the season on a strong note, it’s pretty cool. The level of riding is just insane at every contest these days. Especially here at the World Champs, it’s unreal. Antoine [Adelisse] and McRae [Williams] threw down insane runs. Everyone in the top 10 was so impressive. It’s anyone’s game today, and fortunately I made it up on top.”
Check out the final results below.
2015 AFI World Champs: Men’s Slopestyle Final Results
- Bobby Brown, 88.67
- McRae Williams, 87.92
- Antoine Adelisse, 86.25
- James “Woodsy” Woods, 85.67
- Teal Harle, 83.08
- Elias Ambuehl, 81.83
- Joss Christensen, 81.58
- Russ Henshaw, 80.42
- Alex Bellmare, 76.92
- Noah Wallace, 75.83