Full-send mode has been initiated on the Freeride World Tour

The Freeride World Tour is getting wilder and wilder… Fieberbrunn, Austria—the latest stop—was packed with verge-of-insanity runs that made the competition tight. But, in the end, only six total skiers could stand on the podium.

On the men’s side, Swede Kristofer Turdell took the win, followed by Canadian Logan Pehota and, another Swede, Reine Barkered. The ladies side saw Austrians Lorraine Huber and Eva Walkner in one and two, respectively, and American Hazel Birnbaum in third.

Check out all the action from those who made it onto the podium, below, and get excited for the final stop of this year’s Freeride World Tour: Haines, Alaska. Per usual, it’s expected to be 100-percent bananas.

Kristofer Turdell—Men’s Gold

Logan Pehota—Men’s Silver

Reine Barkered—Men’s Bronze

Lorraine Huber—Women’s Gold

Eva Walkner—Women’s Silver

Hazel Birnbaum—Women’s Bronze

Next stop: Haines, Alaska

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