Sochi’s Finest to Take on Dew Tour Breckenridge Dec. 11-14

Winter is coming! In less than a month, Dew Tour will descend on Breckenridge once again and will bring with it an A-list roster of Olympians taking over the superpipe and slopestyle course at Breckenridge Resort’s Peak 8 as well as Dew Tour’s own streetstyle event stopping the action in the city.

The stacked roll call for this year’s event will include familiar faces to both the core industry and the masses of the world as all eight of the superpipe and slopestyle gold medalists from the Sochi Games will be pitted head-to-head against an entire field of friends and rivals once again, for some it will be the first competition since the Games.

See the latest list of confirmed athletes:
Snowboard Superpipe: Men | Women
Snowboard Slopestyle: Men | Women
Freeski Superpipe: Men | Women
Freeski Slopestyle: Men | Women

Will the three American men freeskiers top the podium together again? Will Sage Kotsenburg continue to bring his one-of-a-kind style and bag of tricks against defending Dew Cup Mark McMorris and his arsenal of triple corks? Will I-Pod keep his Olympic momentum going and take the Dew Tour podium against the slew of up-and-comers in the pipe?

Get ready to watch all of these questions get answered December 11-14 on as well as NBC and NBCSN. For more details on the TV schedule and confirmed Olympians read on to the press release below.

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Gus Kenworthy earned an Olympic silver in Sochi, but will look for the top spot at Dew Tour.


Sage Kotsenburg, Jamie Anderson, Iouri Podladtchikov, Kaitlyn Farrington, Joss Christensen, Maddie Bowman, David Wise and Dara Howell Confirmed to Compete December 11-14 at Breckenridge Ski Resort

Dew Tour Mountain Championships to be Televised December 13-14 on NBC and NBCSN

Burr Ridge, Ill. – November 12, 2014 – The Dew Tour Mountain Championships, the world’s premier annual winter action sports event, returns to the Breckenridge Ski Resort in Breckenridge, Colo. December 11-14. The four-day event will feature many of the world’s best international snowboard and freeski athletes, including all eight superpipe and slopestyle gold medalists from the Sochi Olympics. In addition, NBC and NBCSN will combine to present seven hours of Dew Tour Mountain Championships coverage, December 13-14.

Athletes competing in the 2014 Dew Tour Mountain Championships include snowboard slopestylecompetitors Sage Kotsenburg (USA/ Gold), Mark McMorris (CAN/Bronze), Jamie Anderson (USA/Gold), Enni Rukajarvi (FIN/Silver) and Jenny Jones (GBR/Bronze); snowboard superpipe competitors Iouri Podladtchikov (SUI/Gold), Ayumu Hirano (JPN/Silver), Kaitlyn Farrington (USA/Gold) and Kelly Clark (USA/Bronze); freeski slopestyle competitors, Joss Christensen (USA/Gold), Gus Kenworthy (USA/Silver), Nick Goepper (USA/Bronze), Dara Howell (CAN/Gold), Devin Logan (USA/Silver) and Kim Lamarre (CAN/Bronze); and freeski superpipe competitors David Wise (USA/Gold), Mike Riddle (CAN/Silver), Kevin Rolland (FRA/Bronze), Maddie Bowman (USA/Gold), Marie Martinod (FRA/Silver) and Ayana Onozuka (JPN/Bronze).


In the men’s snowboard superpipe competition, 2014 Winter Olympic gold medalist Iouri Podladtchikov will face a collection of competitors vying to top the podium, including Ayumu Hirano and Danny Davis. In the women’s snowboard superpipe contest, Winter Olympic gold medalist Kaitlyn Farrington and bronze medalist Kelly Clark will compete. The men’s snowboard slopestyle competition will feature Winter Olympic gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg against bronze medalist Mark McMorris, while the women’s competition will include Olympic gold medalist Jamie Anderson, silver medalist Enni Rukajarvi and bronze medalist Jenny Jones.

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Mark McMorris will return to defend his Dew Cup title against Olympic gold medalist Kotsenburg.


After making its Winter Olympic debut at the 2014 Sochi Games, the sport of freeski will see top international contenders take the stage at the Dew Tour Mountain Championships. In the men’s freeski superpipe contest Olympic gold medalist David Wise will face silver medalist Mike Riddle and bronze medalist Kevin Rolland. The American trio that topped the first-ever Olympic men’s freeski slopestyle podium in Sochi, including gold medalist Joss Christensen, silver medalist Gus Kenworthy and bronze medalist Nick Goepper, will once again be going head-to-head, this time for the coveted Dew Cup. In the women’s freeski slopestyle contest, Olympic gold medalist Dara Howell, silver medalist Devin Logan and bronze medalist Kim Lamarre will be competing.


The 2014 Dew Tour Mountain Championships will be televised, December 13-14 on NBC and NBCSN.





Saturday, Dec. 13

1 – 3 p.m.


Saturday, Dec. 13

1 – 2:30 a.m.


Sunday, Dec. 14

1 – 3 p.m.


Sunday, Dec. 14

4 – 5:30 p.m.


*All times ET

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