Watch video of the top three runs, 2013 X Games Aspen men’s superpipe finals

January 26th, 2013 by

Excerpt from last night’s 2013 X Games Aspen superpipe final recap:

“The first of the 2013 X Games Aspen skiing medals were awarded tonight, after eight men and eight women dropped into Buttermilk’s 567-foot-long, 22-foot-tall, 66-foot-wide superpipe. The women dropped first, with South Lake Tahoe’s Maddie Bowman reigning supreme. The men followed suit, and taking top honors was none other than defending X Games superpipe champion, Mr. David Wise. Rounding out the podium were Aspen’s Torin Yater-Wallace and Bethel, Maine’s Simon Dumont, in second and third, respectively.”

David Wise, 2013 X Games Aspen superpipe gold.

Torin Yater-Wallace, 2013 X Games Aspen superpipe silver.

Simon Dumont, 2013 X Games Aspen superpipe bronze medalist (Run #1)

Related:

- David Wise defends title, wins 2013 Winter X Games Aspen superpipe gold
- Maddie Bowman wins 2013 X Games Aspen women’s superpipe final
David Wise qualifies first, 2013 X Games Aspen superpipe elimination round
- Photo Gallery: See shots from first superpipe practice session at X Games Aspen
- Check out the Winter X Games 17 competition schedule by day
- See the 2013 X Games Aspen television broadcast schedule

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