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Big Results at the 2023 Aspen Rev Tour

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 10 2023
snowboard halfpipe

Young up-and-coming skiers and snowboarders, eager to showcase their talent to the snowsports world, are currently competing at the 2023 U.S. Revolution Tour at Aspen Snowmass Resort in Aspen, Colo. This second of three Revolution Tour events this season showcase the next generation of skiers and snowboarders from across the country, in both slopestyle and halfpipe disciplines.

The U.S. Revolution Tour is a series designed to serve as a stepping stone for athletes looking to progress their career onto a more professional level. Entry into this series is based on criteria that will pre-qualify U.S. athletes into each competition. As a result of the competitors doing well at these events, they have the opportunity to be invited to the U.S. Grand Prix, Junior Worlds, USASA Nationals, as well as annual Project Gold Camps. Unless stated otherwise, athletes will compete in an open format, allowing a showcase of multiple varieties of talent. 

As snowboard halfpipe kicked off the tour yesterday, Feb. 9, we saw great results from U.S. Snowboard Team rookie athlete, Alessandro Barbieri, who put down a solid 92.00 for first place, as well as teammate Levko Fedorowycz, who earned himself in third place. On the women’s side, we had a total of nine Americans in the top-10, with Kinsley White in first, Kelly Berger in second, and Zoe Guerrero in third. 

On Feb. 10, the snowboard slopestyle women competed and nine found their way into the top-10. U.S. Snowboard Team athlete Courtney Rummel took home the win with a 76.50, followed by Rebecca Flynn in second, and Kaitlyn Adams in third. It was another strong showing for the men, as five found their way into the top-10. American Lucas Ferry took home first place and Liam Johnson was in second. 

Saturday, Feb.10th, U.S. athletes: Matt Labaugh, Kai Morris, Ben Fethke, Connor Ladd, and Hunter Carey are scheduled to compete. Labaugh is looking to compliment his decorated season, as he had a great showing in the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix finals in Mammoth last weekend.

To round out the weekend, U.S. ski athletes Jay Riccomini, Charlie Gnoza, and Konnor Ralph will compete in the Freeski Slopestyle event on Sunday, Feb. 12.

2023 U.S. Revolution Tour at Aspen Schedule 

Feb. 8-14, 2023 - slopestyle, halfpipe

Thursday, Feb. 9 - Snowboard halfpipe 

Friday, Feb. 10 - Snowboard slopestyle

Saturday, Feb. 11 - Freeski halfpipe 

Sunday, Feb. 12 - Freeski slopestyle 

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