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Winners declared in Freeride World Tour competition

The Freeride World Tour compeition has wrapped up in Revelstoke and the winner's decided.

The Freeride World Tour competition has wrapped up in Revelstoke and the winner’s decided.

Drew Tabke won the men’s ski competition with a score of 91 points – more than 11 points ahead of runner up Jeremie Heitz.

Ralph Backstrom was the winner of the men’s snowboarding competition, finishing 10 points ahead of second place finisher Ludovic Guillot-Diat.

Christine Hargin, the defending FWT champion, won the women’s ski competition and Shannan Yates won the women’s snowboard competition.

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