See the 12 who advanced to the Grand Prix superpipe finals at Copper

December 19th, 2013 by

Fifty competitors faced off in the Grand Prix superpipe qualifier at Copper Mountain this morning; we saw two heats, each comprised of 25 riders, and after two runs per skier, with the best score counting, five from each heat advanced to Friday’s final, plus two additional athletes—those who banked the next highest scores between the two heats.

Heat 1

1. Gus Kenworthy (USA) 90.00
2. Lyman Currier (USA) 87.80
3. Aaron Blunck (USA) 87.00
4. Antti-Jussi Kemppainen (FIN) 85.60
5. Justin Dorey (CAN) 85.00

Full Heat 1 results

Heat 2

1. Kevin Rolland (FRA) 88.00
2. Simon Dumont (USA) 87.20
3. Mike Riddle (CAN) 86.40
4. Nils Lauper (SUI) 80.40
5. Lyndon Sheehan (NZL) 79.40

Full Heat 2 results


1. Alex Ferreira (USA) 84.80
2. Matt Margetts (CAN) 78.00

Related: Grand Prix Update: We speak with Dumont, Dorey, Blunck


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Henrik Lampert loves hot dogs, the Boston Bruins and Norway. He's the Online Editor here at Freeskier.