Congrats Thomas

Stevie BoyStevie Boy Posts: 1,794 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
edited July 2011 in Skis Fins Bindings
Great result for Thomas at the worlds, he deserves some success, Aarron Larkin has also got his competition head together now, always on the podium and always in the running for the win, hey what,s going on with Will Asher, three top tournaments without a win and he was skiing so well, he looked unbeatable at one point.
Thomas must be over the moon, look at the list of great skiers he beat to take the worlds title, no doubt we are going to see more.

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  • Jim NeelyJim Neely Posts: 291 Baller
    That's two for T-gas. He also won in 2007
    68" Vapor
  • scotchipmanscotchipman Posts: 4,098 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    Thomas skied great and deserved the win. It was great to see Marcus ski so well, very surprised to see Asher ski poorly (for him, still great skiing) after looking so dominate last year. Is he hurt? New ski?

    1 Degasperi Thomas (ITA) 3.00/58/10.25
    2 Larkin Aaron (NZL) 2.00/58/10.25
    3 Smith Nate (USA) 1.50/58/10.25
    4 Brown Marcus (USA) 1.00/58/10.25
    5 Travers Jonathan (USA) 5.50/58/10.75
    6 Parsons Nick (USA) 5.00/58/10.75
    7 Sedlmajer Adam (CZE) 4.50/58/10.75
    8 Allais Carlo (ITA) 4.50/58/10.75
    9 Parrish Chris (USA) 4.00/58/10.75
    10 Asher William (GBR) 3.50/58/10.75
    11 Odvarko Daniel (CZE) 3.00/58/10.75
    12 Mcclintock Jason (CAN) 2.50/58/10.75

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  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 6,182 Mega Baller
    Seems even more surprising that Parrish didn't run -39. Any story there or just a "poor" round?

    Wow, imagine deep -39 at 36 mph as a bad round... Must be nice.
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