Photos from the 2016 GoPro Big Mountain Challenge at Breckenridge |

Photos from the 2016 GoPro Big Mountain Challenge at Breckenridge

For complete results, see the International Freeskiers and Snowboarders Association website. The results might go live as late as 2-3 days after the event.

U-12 skier, girl’s

1. Lucy Wettersten, Winter Park — 22.47

2. Gabrielle Leonardo, Independent — 22.17

3. Molly Reeder, Vail Ski and Snowboard Club — 12.87

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U-12 skier, boy’s

1. Jack Weiler, Team Breck — 27.17

2. Samuel Heller, Vail Ski and Snowboard Club — 26.43

3. Andrew Bass, Aspen Valley Ski Club — 24.77

U-14 snowboard, girl

1. Danielle Weiler, Team Summit — 9.67

U-14 snowboard, boy’s

1. Isaac Shelton, Team Winter Sports Team — 23.03

2. Greg Gould, Team Summit — 19.67

3. Tommy Brown, Team Summit — 17.00

U-14 skier, girl’s

1. Pippin Katalevsky, Taos Freeride — 30.83

2. Charlotte Ulrich, Taos Winter Sports Team — 29.17

3. Ella Haverkampf, Crested Butte Mountain Sports Team — 28.03

U-14 skier, boy’s

1. Kye Matlock, Crested Butte Mt. Sports Team — 39.77

2. Carson Hildebrandt, Crested Butte Mountain Sports Team — 39.00

3. Andrew Duxbury, Team Summit — 38.07

U-18 snowboard, woman

1. Meredith Kemp, Team Winter Sports Team — 22.80

U-18 snowboard, men

1. Cole Miller, Team Summit — 31.40

2. Ben Shelton, Taos Winter Sports Team — 26.53

3. Matthew Pearson, Method Snowboard Academy — 25.50

U-18 skier, women

1. Francesca Forero, Team Breck — 37.03

2. Mckenzie Hart, Team Summit — 35.43

3. Rachel Cocchiarella, Vail Ski and Snowboard Club — 35.30

U-18 skier, men

1. Colin Suszynski, Vail Ski and Snowboard Club — 45.80

2. Cam Dudiak, Team Summit — 45.13

3. Parker Temple, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club — 44.97

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