The American snowboarders turned in a stellar performance at the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix slopestyle event on Sunday, sweeping both men’s and women’s podiums.
Jamie Anderson finished third at in Friday’s World Cup slopestyle event at the LAAX Open.
Ryan Stassel and Red Gerard finished second and third respectively at the first slopestyle World Cup of the season in Austria.
U.S. Snowboarding qualified three men into the big air finals on the Olympic jump at the Alpensia Resort in PyeongChang.
After contest season wrapped, Red Gerard rode Aspen Snowmass like a private resort with his best friends.
Fifteen-year-old U.S. rookie slopestyle team member Red Gerard finished fifth in his Dew Tour Slopestyle debut Sunday in Breckenridge.
The U.S. Snowboarding rookie team cleaned up at the third stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour in Mammoth Mountain, CA, Feb. 10-13.
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At just 15 years old, Redmond Gerard placed fifth in his Dew Tour slopestyle debut at the start of the 2016 season. He then went on to place fifth at the prestigious US Open and hit the podium in third at the Ale Invite big air event. His successful season earned him a spot on the U.S. Snowboarding pro slopestyle team; expect great things in the near future from this Colorado shredder.
Gerard first began competing in the amateur ranks in 2011. By 2015 he was scoring podium finishes on the Revolution Tour, the final stepping stone to the elite professional level. That year he also earned fourth at the Junior World Championships and by 2016 he was on the pro circuit.
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