TEAL HARLE wins Mammoth Grand Prix

Canadian Teal Harle proved to be the best on the day and grabbed his career’s second World Cup win with his tremendous second run on Sunday. Sitting third after the first run, Harle threw everything that he had into his second run, impressing with his rail game while going big on the jumps with a left rodeo screaming seamen mute off the hip to a right double 1260 tail and a switch left double 1440 mute to finish off his run.

Earning a high-score of 94.20 points, Harle didn’t leave much room for anyone else to leapfrog him into top spot and the podium, and the 21-year-old was able to lock in his Olympic spot while heading into the PyeongChang competition looking like a podium threat.

“I actually didn’t really like the course here in Mammoth, but I figured it out on the last run of trainings and it somehow worked out for me in the finals so I’m over the moon now,” said Harle after the competition.

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