Today Canadian slopestyle star Brandon Semenuk took home all the spoils with just one run at the Crankworx Les 2 Alpes Slopestyle presented by iXS and the Teva Best Trick. His prize purse for that one run was 2,000€ for Teva Best Trick and 7,000€ for the Slopestyle.
Unknown Frenchman Leo Delfour Barrascq, who was invited to the event as a wildcard, had the second highest score and won 4,000€; while Martin Söderström took home third and 1,500€. Fourth place and 1,000€ went to course designer Yannick Granieri and another French wildcard Tomas Lemoine earned fifth place and 500€.
Friday the 13th truly lived up to its reputation as an unlucky day.
Gusting wind and a strong tailwind made the conditions too dangerous to complete the competition for the Teva Best Trick. The Teva Best Trick on Saturday, July 14 at the same time as the Crankworx Les 2 Alpes Slopestyle, presented by iXS.
The SRAM Dual Speed & Style, the first live event webcast of Crankworx Les 2 Alpes, saw American slopestyle star Cam Zink ride to the top, consistently boosting huge airs and linking clean lines through the winding dual course at Crankworx Les 2 Alpes.
The Giant Air DH, supported by Fox sent the best downhill riders in the world through the paces on “Fury”, a track newly built for Crankworx Les 2 Alpes.
Interviews with Danny Hart, Ben Reid and the winner of the Cannondale Dual Climb Quentin Derbier. Action from the Giant Air Downhill supported by Fox Qualifiers and highlights from the Cannondale Dual Climb.
The first day of Crankworx Les 2 Alpes started with the Cannondale Dual Climb Qualifications and training for the Giant Air DH, presented by Fox. After the qualifications for the Dual Climb Quentin Derbier is in first, Mick Hannah is in second and Jerome Clementz is in third.