Sebastien Toutant and Matts Kulisek Round Out The Podium in Second And Third
WHISTLER, BC – April 14, 2014 – The Monster Energy Shred Show continued yesterday under bluebird skies at the World Ski & Snowboard Festival with the snowboard Slopestyle in the Nintendo Terrain Park on Blackcomb Mountain. In the best of three run format it was Kyle Mack who took the top spot on the podium, Sebastien Toutant in a close second, and Matts Kulisek rounding out the podium in third.
The Shred Show Slopestyle is a five start invitational event on the World Snowboard Tour drawing some of the top snowboard athletes from around the globe. Kyle Mack (USA) landed his second podium of the Shred Show after a second place in the Big Air on Saturday night. Mack’s picture perfect first run, including a 50/50 pole jam frontside 180 to switch 50/50 to switch 180 out, backside lipslide, frontside 360 tail grab nose tap, frontside 900 tail grab, switch backside 1260, and a backside double cork 1080 japan grab, resulted in a score of 86.50, keeping him in the lead for the rest of the competition and earning him the $15,000 grand prize.
Canadian Sebastien Toutant pulled out his best in his third and final slopestyle run for a score of 85.22 earning him second place and $6,000 in prize money. Toutant’s run included a backside lipslide, frontside boardslide down the kink to fakie, cab 360 boardslide, cab double cork 1260, frontside 1080, to a backside double cork 1080.
Finally, Canadian Matts Kulisek rounded out the podium in third place with a score of 82.33, earning him $4,000 in prize money. Kulisek’s run consisted of a frontside tailslide 270 out, gap to backside lipslide, frontside 540 nose tap, cab 1080, switch backside 900 late cork, to a frontside 1260.
The Shred Show will wrap up today with the Boarderstyle event in Blackcomb’s Nintendo Terrain Park.
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