Hey everyone just thought I’d send in one final update since the season has been over for some time now. The end of my season was great, I qualified for the US Rookie Team and Junior Worlds this summer in New Zealand! I also got to see a lot of friends at USASA Nationals at Copper Mtn, it was a great time as always, and I got to compete in my favorite events and was able to watch some other guys kill it.
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Hey everyone, I have an update here that is going to get everyone stoked on the upcoming season. Winter is only weeks away!
This summer most of us on the USASA PacSun Team made it down to New Zealand for some good riding and competitions, the Burton New Zealand Open and Junior Worlds. I had some good results finishing 23rd in slopestyle at the Burton NZO, 10th in slopestyle at Junior Worlds, and 8th in halfpipe at Junior Worlds. Hoping to continue the good results through this season my plans are to do some of the Grand Prixs, Dew Tours, and USASA Nationals, just to name a few events.
Hey everyone Paul Brichta here checking in,
I just got back from a 3 week competition adventure. My first stop was the World Championships in Spain. First, Taylor Gold and I competed in the big air in Barcelona. The event was held in Palau Sant Jordi in downtown Barcelona, and it was a really fun event with over 8,000 people showing up to watch finals. After that we left for La Molina, Spain to compete in halfpipe and slopestyle where we met up with Benji Farrow. The World Championships in Spain was a great event. There was hardly any snow there, but the 40-50 degree weather all but made up for it! Everyone killed it on and off the hill (playing lots of ping pong). It was definitely one of the most fun trips I’ve ever been on.
Hello everyone! Long time no talk. I’ve been quite busy these days. Since the Olympic year has started it has been a hectic one for everyone. I started off the season with some early season halfpipe training at Copper in the new 22ft pipe. This pipe was amazing and really allowed everyone to take their riding to new levels. I learned some new tricks and got my run dialed in time for the Copper Mtn. Grand Prix. I was very happy with my riding in the contest and landed both my runs in the qualifiers.