The second edition of the S-Games served as great entertainment as people soaked up the sun outside the day lodge at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Saturday. Organized by Karl Jost from Society Snow & Skate

S-Games in the sun

Spring was in the air at the second annual S-Games at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Saturday.



Spring was in the air at the second annual S-Games at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Saturday. Hosted by Society Snow & Skate, the snowboarding event featured a rail jam, big air competition, hip-air and several other events.

With the sun shining and the temperature approaching double-digits for the first time in months, spectators were in a celebratory mood as they took in the events.

Results:

Men’s jib competition: 1. Guillaume Fortin, 2. Steve-O Callen, 3. Jean-Guy Michaud.

Women’s jib: 1. Meghan Smith. 2. Sabrina Gauthier.

Big Air competition, men’s: 1. Guillaume Fortin 2. Jean-Guy Michaud. 3. Mitch Campbell.

Big Air competition, women’s: 1. Meghan Smith. 2. Sabrina Gauthier.

Hip high air: Seb Grondin

Hip best trick: Murray Hodgeson

High ollie: Steve-O Callan

 

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