Gyarmati and Schattschneider on top of the slopestyle world

04 April 2011 14:09

After Clemens Schattschneider had won the first ever awarded Big Air-Slopestyle World Cup title, the Austrian’s season concluded with the best possible result: on top of the slopestyle Junior World Championships contest.

The 19-years-old earned the best score of 26.2 points thus relegating Tim Kevin Ravnjak (SLO, 24.4) and Jan Scherrer (SUI, 23.2) to second and third.

On the women’s side, Anna Gyarmati caused a sensation as the Hungarian rider claimed the first ever FIS Snowboard Junior World Championships title and medal last Sunday.

Gyarmati brought home Gold with 25.1 points. Merika Enne (FIN, 24.7) and Karly Shorr (USA, 22.9) rounded out the podium as second and third.

RESULTS:

Women’s results: http://www.fis-ski.com/pdf/2011/SB/7407/2011SB7407RLR0.pdf

Men’s results: http://www.fis-ski.com/pdf/2011/SB/7408/2011SB7408RLR0.pdf