Torin Yater-Wallace slays the 2014 Winter Dew Tour superpipe; wins Dew Cup

Torin Yater-Wallace slays the 2014 Winter Dew Tour superpipe; wins Dew Cup

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Torin Yater-Wallace dominated the superpipe to claim the 2014 Dew Cup at Breckenridge Mountain, this evening. The 19-year-old out of Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley stomped one of the most massive and stylish halfpipe runs in the history of freeskiing. TYW boosted a monstrous dub 1260 mute, a left 1080 tail, a switch 720 tail, a huge alley-oop double 900 Japan and a double flat 900 Japan.


Watch: Torin Yater-Wallace discusses his victory at the 2014 Winter Dew Tour

Watch: Torin Yater-Wallace’s first place run

David Wise (silver) and Kevin Rolland (bronze) also joined Yater-Wallace on the podium under the lights tonight. Wise contested Yater-Wallace’s big score by posting a 94.75 with consistent big amplitude, spins in each direction and three doubles with locked grabs. France’s Rolland was also crushing the pipe tonight as he busted out his signature first hit dub 1260 mute, a switch double cork 1080 and a double 1080 among other tricks.

Watch: David Wise’s second place run

Watch: Kevin Rolland’s third place run

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Men’s slopestyle finals are going down on Sunday, December 14 at 11:00 a.m. MST. Be sure to tune into @FreeskierLive on Twitter for all of the action and dewtour.com for a live stream of the event.

Related: Maddie Bowman claims gold in the 2014 Dew Tour superpipe

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