PacSun USASA Team Dominates Copper Revolution Tour

PacSun USASA Team Results

USASA PacSun Team members Faye Gulini, Chloe Banning and Mick Dierdorff increased the team’s medal count to 8 on Saturday in the SBX on the final day of the USSA Revolution Tour event in Copper Colorado.

A total of 6 PacSun team members were entered into the day’s event. The athletes were joined by Chris Mahaney, Mack Joyce and Jackie Hernandez on the start list.

During the qualifiers, Faye laid down a blistering run for the women coming across the finish line in just a hair over 58 seconds- one of only two women to break 1 minute in the time trials. Chloe qualified in 4th place with a time of just over a minute. Jackie was just behind Chloe qualifying in 5th place.

In the men’s race, Chris Mahaney qualified in 3rd and Mick wound up in 10th. Mack Joyce was riding strong, but a fall in the time trials prevented him from making the 32 man finals.

Overall, it was great day for the USASA Pacsun Team with 3 podium spots and 5 riders in the top ten to bring the medal total to 8. As the first qualifying event for FIS Junior World Championships in Nagano, Japan this was an important day to determine who gets one of the 6 (3 Men and 3 Women) SBX spots.

Previously On The Tour

The Pacsun USASA Team racked up 5 medals in 2 days at the Copper Revolution Tour. PacSun USASA riders held 3 of 6 finals spots in womens halfpipe, 2 out of 12 in mens pipe. The women also held 3 out of 8 spots in slope, and the men qualified 3 riders into finals out of 18 finals spots.

Medal Count

Womens Pipe

  • Kaitlyn Farrington 2nd
  • Faye Gulini 4th
  • Mikaela Casey 5th
Mens Pipe
  • Broc Waring 3rd
  • Brett Esser 5th
Womens Slopestyle
  • Molly Wilson 2nd
  • Faye Gulini 5th

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