Burton US Open 2020 | It’s a wrap

Get the lowdown on the 38th annual Burton US Open

Above: Red Gerard, Men’s Slopestyle Finals. Photo: Peter Cirilli.

Burton US Open has yet again left us all amazed with what can be accomplished within snowboarding. Jamie Anderson’s slopestyle gold run, Scotty James’s final run that included the jaw-dropping switch backside double cork 1260 which earned him third place in the halfpipe finals, not to mention Dusty Henricksen’s final run in the men’s slopestyle finals.

“Burton US Open has yet again left us all amazed with what can be accomplished within snowboarding”

The 17-year-old American stomped a backside 1800 quad cork mute grab on the final kicker, a trick that earned the highest trick score of the day, and one that he had never even attempted prior to the comp, while casually riding in a t-shirt – yes Dusty, you effin’ legend!

“It was a super surreal feeling, nothing can beat that by a long shot.” – Dusty Henricksen.

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US OPEN… #bestweekofmylife

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This year’s US Open was also prone to some severe injuries. Norwegian style queen Silje Norendal broke her leg in three different places during the warmup laps, while Argentinan shredder Maca Taiz Valle took the gnarliest slam we’ve probably ever laid eyes on. Despite their unfortunate luck, we’re happy that both ladies are fine and handling their injuries like troopers.

“This is the gnarliest thing I ever saw in my life and it’s myself. Glad I’m still walking out alive of this one.” – Maca Taiz Valle.

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this is the gnarliest thing i ever saw in my life and its myself 😳 glad im still walking out alive of this one. 🎥 @scottbarberfilm #burtonusopen #rideonjake #almostdouble

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Scroll down for all the results and the top 3 clips from the 38th annual Burton US Open.

Men’s Slopestyle Finals Results
1. Yuki Kadono (JPN), NITRO, 89.30
2. Dusty Henricksen (USA), MONSTER, 84.70
3. Redmond Gerard (USA), MOUNTAIN DEW, 84.40
4. Darcy Sharpe (CAN), MONSTER, 83.85
5. Hiroaki Kunitake (JPN), BOOKOFF, 79.70
6. Torgeir Bergrem (NOR), VOLCOM, 68.50
7. Stale Sandbech (NOR), OAKLEY, 56.65
8. Sven Thorgren (SWE), MONSTER, 56.45
9. Judd Henkes (USA), RED BULL, 53.50
10. Sebbe De Buck (BEL), MONSTER, 39.15

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If you missed the #BurtonUSOpen men's slopestyle finals, you missed out. All the riders put on a show from start to finish. @yukikadono reclaimed the title, rookie @dustyhenricksen landed his first ever quad cork, and @redgerard made his way back on the podium for the second year in a row.

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Women’s Slopestyle Finals Results
1. Jamie Anderson (USA), OAKLEY, 84.50
2. Anna Gasser (AUT). BURTON, 81.00
3. Miyabi Onitsuka (JPN), RED BULL, 76.65
4. Enni Rukajarvi (FIN), VANS, 69.30
5. Hailey Langland (USA), VOLCOM, 65.95
6. Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (NZL), BURTON, 55.45

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The sun was out and the riders were firing on all cylinders during today's #BurtonUSOpen Women's Slopestyle Semifinals. Here's all the highlights from today's competition. Final standings: 🥇@jamieanderson 🥈@annagassersnow 🥉@miyabionitsuka

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Men’s Halfpipe Finals Results
1. Yuto Totsuka (JPN), YONEX, 97.00
2. Jan Scherrer (SUI), NITRO, 95.16
3. Scotty James (AUS), RED BULL, 93.00
4. Pat Burgener (SUI), FOCUS WATER, 87.00
5. Joey Okesson (USA), LIB TECHNOLOGIES, 84.66
6. Jake Pates (USA), ROCKSTAR, 82.00
7. Danny Davis (USA), BURTON, 73.66
8. Shuichiro Shigeno (JPN), BURTON, 70.66
9. Chase Blackwell (USA), NEVER SUMMER, 65.83
10. Rakai Tait (NZL), NITRO, 36.66

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After a jam packed week of events at @vailmtn the men closed it out in today’s #BurtonUSOpen halfpipe finals. @yuto_totsuka walked away in first place and showed the world that he can ride in style while continuing to go huge in the 22’ pipe. @janscherrer took second, and @scottyjames31 landed on the podium in third.

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Women’s Halfpipe Finals Results
1. Xuetong Cai (CHN), NIKE, 88.16
2. Haruna Matsumoto (JPN), SALOMON, 85.50
3. Ruki Tomita (JPN), YONEX, 85.00
4. Mitsuki Ono (JPN), BURTON, 78.66
5. Maddie Mastro (USA), RED BULL, 40.16
6. Shaotong Wu (CHN), NIKE, 31.66

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The women in the #BurtonUSOpen super pipe finals made the most of the modified top section but they put on a real show in the bottom section. @xtongc took the top spot with her first run and held onto the lead, @haruna_matsumoto placed second and @ruki_tomita took third. Check out our story for live highlights.

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