Jamie Crane-Mauzy, Annalisa Drew and Maggie Stout (left to right) stand atop the podium at the U.S. Revolution Tour at Mount Snow, VT. (Sarah Welliver/USSA).
MOUNT SNOW, VT (Mar. 16)—Carrabassett Valley Academy's Annalisa Drew (Andover, VT) had quite the weekend at the U.S. Revolution Tour at Mount Snow, completing her sweep with a victory in the halfpipe on Friday. Drew had already taken the slopestyle title on Thursday, and Friday's victory gave her the overall season titles in both. For the men, Lyman Currier (Boulder, CO) stood atop the podium while Colby Stevenson (Park City, UT) of The Canyons Freeride Team took the overall season title.
Drew and Stevenson had both recently been named to the U.S. Junior Worlds Freeskiing Team for the FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships, which will take place from March 20-25 in Valmlenco, Italy.
Drew's previous best result this season was a second at Northstar.
Stevenson, who did not ski at Mount Snow, took a second at Northstar-at-Tahoe, CA and a first at Ostego, MI.
This is the fourth and final stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour after contests at Copper Mountain, CO (Dec. 18-22), Northstar-at-Tahoe, CA (Jan. 8-13), and Ostego, MI (Jan. 29-Feb. 3).
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association's Revolution Tour is geared towards helping young athletes grow their competitive ski and snowboard skills. The Revolution Tour features over $31,000 in prizes.
The U.S. Revolution Tour's halfpipe and slopestyle events are sanctioned as 4-Star TTR Events/AFP Bronze.
U.S. Grand Prix invites go to top finishers.
U.S. Open invitations go to the overall snowboarding tour winners.