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Alessandro Jossen wins in Zakopane!

Swiss man wins in Big Air competition at The North Face Polish Freeskiing Open 2013. Szczepan Karpiel – Bułecka holds his title of the Polish Champion in Freeskiing. 

Skiers from Czech Republic, France, Switzerland, Finland, Slovakia, Norway and Estonia took part in the 10th edition of the most important freeski competition in Central and Eastern Europe.  

PC Fosse won big air qualification and semi - finals. Matti Till was best in semi - finals in juniors’ category and 11- year old freeski phenomenon Kelly Sildaru advanced on the first place in women category.

Right after qualifications on the kicker, the competitors moved to the rail park. Swiss man Alex Chabod took the win in rails competition, second place went to Richard Skala from Czech Republic, and Juha Mourujärvi from Finland took the third position. Among women first was Kelly Sildaru. Second, coming from Slovakia, Natalia Slepecka, and third Anna Szymanowska from Poland.

After the short break, the time had come for the most spectacular part of the competition - finals on the big kicker. The spectators had a chance to see many stylish jumps, but also unexpected crashes that influenced final results. Around 3pm last of the competitors showed one of his final 3 jumps and it was time for the prize giving ceremony.

First to receive prizes were the winners of Friday’s Night Session - Robin Holub from Czech Republic and Polish girl Anna Szymanowska. In Big Air, among women, first place took Natalia Slepecka, the only woman who jumped on the big kicker today. The second place prizes went to Kelly Sildaru and the third was Anna Szymanowska, who also become, first in the history female Polish Freeskiing Champion.

Among men, first place went to Alessandro Jossen from Switzerland. Second one was Jonas Hjohlman from Sweden and third PC Fosse from Norway. Before the final he seemed to be unquestionable winner of the Big Air. It is worth mentioning that Swiss man Matti Till, winner in the juniors’, also took 4th place in the seniors’ category.  

The last announced winner was Szczepan Karpiel – Bułecka who, for the 5th time, became the Polish Champion in Freeskiing. Bartek Sibiga was second and third Jan Krzysztof. He also received a special prize for taking a special place in the 10-years history of the event.  

Soon on www.pfopen.com you will find photos and video report from the event. Those who were unable to take part in the 10th edition of The North Face Polish Freeskiing Open 2013 will have a chance to feel a bit of it’s unique atmosphere. 

 

 

BIG AIR - MEN

 

 

BIB

Name

Second name

Date of birth

Country

Score

1

12

Alessandro

Jossen

1993

SUI

80,7

2

24

Jonas

Hjohlman

1991

SWE

77,8

3

10

PC

Fosse

1990

NOR

73,5

4

27

Matti

Till

1995

SUI

69,2

5

31

Alex

Chabod

1992

SUI

67,8

6

23

Szczepan

Karpiel - Bułecka

1988

PL

66,3

7

48

Bartek

Sibiga

1990

PL

64,2

8

33

Jan

Krzysztof

1989

PL

61,8

9

38

Juha

Mourujärvi

1991

FIN

58,2

10

9

Pawel

Palichleb

1992

PL

53,2

 

BIG AIR - JUNIORS

 

1

27

Matti

Till

1995

SUI

73,3

2

45

Aaron

Kulomaa

1998

FIN

41,0

3

37

Vojtech

Bresky

1999

CZ

40,0

4

11

Radek

Palkoska

1997

CZ

20,3

5

26

Krzysztof 

Zembrzuski

1996

USA

19,5

 

BIG AIR WOMEN

 

1

14

Natalia

Slepecka

1983

SVK

67,0

2

41

Kelly

Sildaru

2002

EST

66,5

3

18

Anna

Szymanowska

1989

PL

17,5

 

RAILS - MEN

 

1

31

Alex

Chabod

1992

SUI

70,7

2

46

Richard

Skala

1989

CZ

66,7

3

38

Juha

Mourujärvi

1991

FIN 

64,0

4

47

Robin 

Holub

1990

CZ

63,7

5

26

Krzysztof 

Zembrzuski

1996

USA

61,3

6

33

Jan

Krzysztof

1989

PL

60,0

7

6

Raphael

Rossato

1989

FR

59,0

8

8

Edvards

Lansmanis

1992

LAT

59,0

9

16

David

Ortlieb

1990

SUI

57,3

10

35

Wojtek

Rajzer

1995

PL

53,0

11

25

Marek

Gołąb

1991

PL

52,0

12

42

Michał 

Guzowski

1994

PL

51,7

13

12

Alessandro

Jossen

1993

SUI

45,3

14

37

Vojtech

Bresky

1999

CZ

45,0

15

27

Matti

Till

1995

SUI

41,7

16

36

Tomek

Majewski

1988

PL

41,7

17

7

Pablo

Schweizer

1990

FR

39,3

18

22

Janne

Mourujarvi

1993

FIN 

30,0

19

5

Camille

Boyer

1989

FR

12,0

 

RAILS WOMEN

 

1

41

Kelly

Sildaru

2002

EST 

77,3

2

14

Natalia

Slepecka

1983

SVK

57,7

3

18

Anna

Szymanowska

1989

PL

44,7

 
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