Jiberish Riders Killing the Comp Scene

Jiberish Riders Killing the Comp Scene

Aspen Open is taken over by Jiberish…
Another great weekend for the Jiberish Family.  Matt Walker, John Spriggs, Tom Wallisch, Keri Herman, Henrik Lampert, and Adam Delorme held it down in Aspen on the X-Games slopestyle course this past weekend.  With virtually no practice, Spriggs showed up and qualified 2nd in his heat but could not hold together his run in Semis.  Wallisch won both his qualifying heat and his semi-final heat with an array of right and left spins, pretzels, and back-to-back switch 10’s to finish 2nd and take the Silver medal.  The only rider to best him was fellow Jiberish Rider Matt Walker who won the slopestyle event with a run consisting on a cork 630 off an up-box, three 9’s and a 10.  This was coming off a 5th place finish at the US Open in slopestyle last weekend.  Keri Herman continues to make a name for herself in the freesking world with yet another podium.  Keri won the women’s slopestyle with a run that included right and left 3’s and a 5 on the bottom hit.  Check out the pics…    



Walker 1st place cash and Wallisch second place cash!



Jiberish team Tom Wallisch and Keri Herman claimin’ 2nd place Men’s and 1st place Women’s slope



Fresh gear gets you on the podium


 

US Freesking Open
The US OPEN was a week of slaughtering for the Jiberish team.  Notable congrats go to Mike Clarke for 3rd place in the Big Air and Walker for an arguably first place run that landed him in 5th.  Enjoy some lifestyle shots of riders and hommies the night of the big air…



Walker reppin’ the Sleeper and Crest Bandana



Team rider Keri Herman and Jeff Schmuck meet and if you know either of course they are instant friends



Friends Mike Hornbeck and Henrik Lampert


Old man steeze, Pete Drago and Gabe Anderson



Clarke in the Bees Jacket on the podium



Podium grins…

Check www.Jiberish.com for full article, more pics and soon full coverage of Aspen Open with the Jiberish team locking up 1st and 2nd at Men’s Slope and 1st Women’s slope.

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