Burton US Open: Slopestyle Highlights

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Including Yuki Kadono's historic winning run

History was made in slopestyle at the 2015 Burton US Open, as Japan's Yuki Kadono nailed back-to-back triple cork 1620s for the first time in a competitive event on his way to gold. Kadono's run was enough to edge out Mark McMorris, who was his only real competitor throughout the event. In the women's slope it was Jamie Anderson who took gold, as she conquered a field that was heavily dominated by European competitors. 

Yuki Kadono's Winnning Run (Back-to-Back 1620s): 

RESULTS

Men's Slopestyle
1st: Yuki Kadono (JPN)
2nd: Mark McMorris (CAN)
3rd: Tyler Nicholson (CAN)
4th: Sven Thorgren (SWE)
5th: Niklas Mattsson (SWE)

Women's Slopestyle
1st: Jamie Anderson (USA)
2nd: Anna Gasser (AUT)
3rd: Spencer O'Brien (CAN)
4th: Enni Rukajarvi (FIN)
5th: Cheryl Maas (NED)

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