Red Bull Cold Rush Slopestyle 2012

Red Bull Cold Rush Slopestyle 2012


Red Bull Cold Rush Slopestyle 2012

The Red Bull Cold Rush Slopestyle went off today. The amazing course,
designed by backcountry genius Pep Fujas, was set up to impress. The
course included a Mine Cart Rail feature, Mando Mine Jump (a step down),
an enormous hip, the Castle Jump a step up. Don’t forget to vote for your “People’s Favorite.” Stand outs include:


– Dane Tudor throwing a massive cork 7 leading tail over the Mando Mine Jump to a unnatural switch 5 on the Castle Jump

– Pep Fujas throwing a smooth 3 leading japan of the Mando Mine Jump

– Wiley Miller spining an inward 270 of the Mine Cart Rail with a
near fatal sketch out, to a creative use of the Mando Mine Jump’s lip, a
cornice, by nose buttering a switch cork 540 off it

– Logan Pehota’s cork 7 tail off the hip.

– Jackie Passo’s enourmous front flip off the Castle Jump

– Rachael Burk’s enormous back flip of the Castle Jump



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