Øystein Bråten continued his successful 2015 competition season with yet another podium result. This time, the Norwegian took the top spot at the 11th edition of the Grandvalira Total Fight contest: Andorra’s own knockout-style slopestyle event. Bråten’s winning run (88.33) consisted of a switch 270 on to 270 off, a 360 swap to pretzel 270 out, a switch 1260 mute, a right double cork 1080 safety and 360 to 540 off of the butter feature.
Second place belonged to Noah Wallace, who posted a score of 85.33, and the bronze medal position was captured by Swedish superstar Jesper Tjäder, who earned a score of 84.33.
After claiming victory, Bråten said, “It’s incredible. I think it’s a super event and it was a big surprise for me to get first place. I enjoyed every moment in Andorra and finishing with a victory makes me even happier. I liked the course, I know there is a lot of hard work behind this event and the level of the riders is very high.”
Big ups to all of the athletes involved in the heated bout, and Andorra for putting on another banger competition.[table id=84 /] [table id=85 /] [table id=86 /]