The Swedish style maestro Henrik Harlaut is taking home big victories in what was one of the best competitions we’ve witnessed in a long time. Henrik was the most consistent rider of the day, stomping both of his runs with ease and style, squeezing in a nice combination of a switch left triple 1260 to a right dub 1260 on the jumps and an extremely smooth rail section for a final score of 88.88 points.
“I’m a little speechless, but also I’m so so happy,” said Harlaut, “I had this run in my mind the whole week and to put it down in my first run it was amazing. I struggled during the practice, but it worked out when it counted. That’s probably one of my best slopestyle runs that I’ve ever done and also my first slopestyle World Cup victory so I’m stoked.”