Jamie Anderson finishes up the competitive season strong walking away with three trophies today at the U.S. Open. Riding her Gnu Ladies Choice all season long, today in Vermont Jamie claimed all three major titles on the line including the 2012 US Open Slopestyle title (worth $25,000), the 2012 Burton Global Open Series Slopestyle Championship title (worth $25,000) and the TTR Slopestyle World Tour Championship title.
Three’s proving to be a magic number for her having now won three consecutive TTR Championship titles. The first two on a Gnu B-Pro and most recently on the Gnu Ladies Choice with Pickle Tech. asymmetry, which she helped the board builders at Gnu craft. Both winning models feature C2 Power Banana with Magne-Traction.
“I can’t believe I’m walking off the podium with three trophies,” Jamie says. “It’s enough to just win the US Open slopestyle title, which I haven’t won since 2007. But to also go home with the BGOS and TTR Championship titles is a huge honor.”
No one could catch Jamie, who put together what again proved to be an unbeatable run in the second round for a 90.1, which was nearly 12 points higher than the second place finisher. The Tahoe-local’s winning run included a frontside boardslide to fakie, Cab 720 nose grab, switch backside 540 mute grab, tailslide 270 out and ending things with a 50-50 backside 180 out.