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Stevenson Defends Dew Tour Title, Hall Takes Third

By Sadie Texer - Hydro Flask U.S. Snowboard Team
March, 9 2024
Colby Stevenson

It was déjà vu at Friday night's 2024 Dew Tour Men's Ski Streetstyle competition, with defending champion Colby Stevenson reclaiming the top spot and Stifel U.S. Freeski Team teammate Alex Hall taking third for the second year in a row. American Tucker Fitzsimons, brother of Hydro Flask U.S. Snowboard Team's Sean Fitzsimons, defended his second place position from last year's contest. 

In route to the title, Stevenson qualified in the top spot out of heat three, took out USA's Andrew Egan in a close round of duals and won the final with a high score of 96.00. 

The atmosphere was electric, with DJ Ship Wrek performing right next to the course to hype up fans and spectators. 

"Honestly, this is one of the best crowds we get. I was feeding off the energy for sure," said Stevenson. "With everyone chanting, I was stoked. 

"This is such a sick event, Dew Tour is one of the biggest in our sport so this means a lot to have everyone out here to support."

The 20th year of Dew Tour continues Saturday, March 9, with the men's ski superpipe, women's snowboard superpipe, women's ski streetstyle and men's snowboard streetstyle. The women's ski superpipe, originally scheduled for Friday afternoon, was postponed to Sunday morning, March 10.