On The Hill: Chris Corning takes 1st at USASA Nationals slope with triple 1440 (snow video)
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VIDEO: Z Griff had a front-row seat for the men’s open slopestyle finals at USASA Nationals in Copper. From up in the bird’s nest (aka judge’s booth), winner Chris Corning’s triple 1440 on jump three was out of this world, just like local Lumberyard rider Dylan Thomas’ second-place run. These guys are the future of competition.
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Snow report: 0″, 0″, 0″
Summit Daily field report: Another spring-like day with thunderclouds overhead. No wind at least.
Weather: High 46 F, low 27 F. Overcast.
Lift lines: Not another soul out there.
Breakdown: Z Griff was there to catch snowboarder Chris Corning throw down his winning slopestyle run at the USASA Nationals, including a massive triple 1440.
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