The FIS Snowboard World Championships slopestyle just wrapped up in Sierra Nevada, Spain and although there wasn’t much snow, the riders still managed to throw down some solid runs. Laurie Blouin from Canada came first in women’s slopestyle stomping all of her tricks including a huge Cab double underflip which earned her 78.00 points. Zoi Sadowski Synnott of New Zealand placed second with 77.50 and just behind her, in third place, was Miyabi Onitsuka from Japan with 77.40 points.
For the men’s slopestyle, Belgium’s Seppe Smits came first by nearly eight points, scoring a 91.40. In second place was Nicolas Huber of Switzerland with 83.25 and Chris Corning from the U.S.A. took the third place spot with a 82.50.