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Our Zoe Crashes in Vessonaz

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
After her 6th in the last round in Austria I was quite excited to have a chance to watch Zoe Gillings compete in the Vessonaz world cup boardercross today, unfortunately it all went wrong in the last 16: these two photos show the incident although I missed the actual crash as along with the people I was stood next to I was dodging shattered fence post.

It appears snowboards and armpits just don't splice and I can carry on my record of having things/people almost take me out at sporting events.

In the final the 19 year old Helene Olafson (Nor) lead from top to bottom and was followed by Dominique Maltais and Maelle Ricker (2nd and 3rd, both Can).

The mens was won by Pierre Vaultier (Fra) with David Speiser (Ger) 2nd and Nick Baumgartner (USA) 3rd.

It was an amazing event to watch and I'd like to point out those so called boardercross courses you get in some resorts next to their park have absolutely nothing on what these guys race over. Respect.

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