Emma Dahlstrom, Annalisa Drew top qualifying in Dew Tour women’s freeski semifinals

The 2015 edition of Dew Tour Breckenridge got underway on Wednesday with prelimary rounds of competitions in women’s freeski superpipe and slopestyle. Check below for the results, and be sure to visit DewTour.com later in the day for photos from the competitions.

Click here for more photos from the women’s freeski semifinals.

 

WOMEN’S TOYOTA FREESKI SLOPESTYLE

The format for the slopestyle semifinal afforded each rider with two runs, with the top five scores automatically advancing into Saturday’s final. The riders ranked #6-11 were then sent to a last chance qualifier – a one-run all-or-nothing contest in which the top rider earned the sixth and final spot into the final.

Be sure to tune into DewTour.com on Saturday, December 12 at 10:30 a.m. ET for live streaming coverage of the Women’s Toyota Freeski Slopestyle Final.


Emma Dahlstrom topped slopestyle qualifying with a 90.40. (Photo: Topher Baldwin)


13-year-old Kelly Sildaru earned herself a spot in the final. (Photo: Anna Stonehouse)

Semifinal Results
1. Emma Dahlstrom, 90.40
2. Kelly Sildaru, 88.20
3. Johanne Killi, 84.20
4. Dara Howell, 78.00
5. Tiril Sjastad Christiansen, 74.60
**Top 5 advance to the final

6. Nadia Gonzales, 70.00
7. Yuki Tsubota, 67.00
8. Giulia Tanno, 48.60
9. Lisa Zimmermann, 45.00
10. Nikki Blackall, 43.00
11. Coline Ballet-Baz, 41.40
**6-11 advance to the LCQ

12. Silvia Bertagna, 32.40
13. Kim Lamarre, 29.20
14. Katie Summerhayes, 16.60
15. Devin Logan, DNS
16. Keri Herman, DNS


Yuki Tsubota made her way through the last chance qualifier to secure a spot in the final. (Photo: Topher Baldwin)

LCQ Results
1. Yuki Tsubota, 75.00
2. Nikki Blackall, 46.40
3. Nadia Gonzales, 32.00
4. Coline Ballet-Baz, 14.00
5. Lisa Zimmermann, 12.20
6. Silvia Bertagna, DNS
**Top 1 advances to the final

Advancing to Final
1. Emma Dahlstrom
2. Kelly Sildaru
3. Johanne Killi
4. Dara Howell
5. Tiril Sjastad Christiansen
6. Yuki Tsubota

 

WOMEN’S FREESKI SUPERPIPE

The format for the superpipe semifinal and the LCQ was the same as it it was for the slopestyle event: 5 from the semi, then 1 from the LCQ.


Annalisa Drew topped the field with an 88.00. (Photo: Topher Baldwin)


Japan’s Ayana Onozuka qualified second in the semifinal. (Photo: Topher Baldwin)

Semifinal Results
1. Annalisa Drew, 88.00
2. Ayana Onozuka, 85.80
3. Brita Sigourney, 84.60
4. Cassie Sharpe, 83.20
5. Janina Kuzma, 80.80
**Top 5 advance to the final

6. Roz Groenewoud, 74.60
7. Marie Martinod, 72.60
8. Virginie Faivre, 70.80
9. Saori Suzuki, 70.60
10. Sabrina Cakmakli, 68.60
11. Abigale Hansen, 66.60
**6-11 advance to the LCQ

12. Anais Caradeux, 62.60
13. Jeanee Crane-Mauzy, 60.60
14. Kimmy Sharp, 49.40
15. Isabelle Hanssen, 20.80
16. Devin Logan, DNS


Roz G narrowly missed the cut in the semifinal, but earned her way in through the LCQ. (Photo: Topher Baldwin)

LCQ Results
1. Roz Groenewoud, 78.40
2. Virginie Faivre, 72.40
3. Saori Suzuki, 70.00
4. Marie Martinod, 66.80
5. Sabrina Cakmakli, 62.40
6. Abigale Hansen, 28.20
**Top 1 advances to the final

Advancing to Final
1. Annalisa Drew
2. Ayana Onozuka
3. Brita Sigourney
4. Cassie Sharpe
5. Janina Kuzma
6. Roz Groenewoud