Sean Fitzsimons has already had to make a few tough decisions in his budding career: should he ride halfpipe, big air or slopestyle? Talk about problems you wish you had. Fortunately for Fitzsimons he hasn’t exactly had to give up any of them. Entering his first U.S. Revolution Tour in 2016, Fitzsimons seemed like he was going for glory in the halfpipe and was doing his best to carve out a spot for himself.
Over the years, though, he has seemingly ridden the transition from the pipe to the slop course. In 2017, Fitzsimmons began to enter U.S. Revolution Tour events for both halfpipe, slopestyle and even big air. Rising through the competitive ranks, Fitzsimons received an invitation to his first international FIS event to compete in slopestyle and big air. Still competing in halfpipe at the 2017 World Rookie Tour, when you force a preference out of the widely talented rider Fitzsimons will admit his focus has shifted to slopestyle.
Regardless of what event he chooses to drop in on next, expect this young star to keep rising.