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Rev Tour visits Seven Springs

Dan Speicher
| Thursday, February 28, 2019 3:36 p.m
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Storm Rowe styles a rail slide, during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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A skier practices in the halfpipe during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Storm Rowe gets upside down off the first jump, during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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A skier practices in the halfpipe during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Danielle Weiler slides a rail during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Max Williams gets upside down with a double cork off the second jump, during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Jaylan Brandsoy throws a method grab, during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle finals at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Danielle Weiler takes second place with a backflip during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Charles Gray board slides the first rail during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Tyler Vallieres launches off the first jump during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Slopestyle event at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Vallieres was in first place going into the finals. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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Park Crew employees Nate McCreary (left), and Brennan Ramela, groom a jump before the next heat, during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.
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A skier practices in the halfpipe during the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour at Seven Springs, on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Skiers will compete in halfpipe on Thursday and Slopestyle on Friday.

Skiers and snowboarders arrived at Seven Springs for one of the final stops of the U.S. Ski and SnowboardToyota Revolution Tour, before heading to Mammoth Mountain, California for the final leg of the tour.

Practice began on Monday, and on Tueday, snowboarders competed in halfpipe.

Wednesday was all about snowboard slopestyle.

A small field of women snowbaorders started the morning of slopestyle competition, before the field of 43 men took to the slopes.

Slopestyle combines multiple features including rails and jumps, and the course at Seven Springs started off with three rail features before the riders hit the two jumps.

According to Joe Genovese, park manager for Seven Springs “The course looks great. We were told at the rider meeting that this is the best conditions of the tour so far, so we hope it continues that way.”

Max Williams took first followed by Tyler Vallieres, and Kolman Lecroy.

The competition continues Thursday with freeski halfpipe, and Friday with freeski slopestyle.

Dan Speicher is a Tribune-Review photographer. You can contact Dan by email at dspeicher@tribweb.com or via Twitter .

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