- Written by Ben Jacklet
- Category: Big Air/Half-pipe
- Published: March 03, 2015
- Last Updated: March 03, 2015
Take a look at this halfpipe run by Olympic slopestyle silver medalist Gus Kenworthy to see what it takes to pull off four double corks in one run.
Kenworthy started off with a double cork 1260 and just kept soaring from there, ripping down the 22-foot pipe at Park City with style and fearlessness to win the U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix halfpipe contest Feb. 28, 2015.
Halfpipe gold medalist David Wise took third, and French skier Kevin Rolland took second.
Kenworthy, who pulled off some of the sickest tricks ever seen on Mount Hood for a recent Nike session at Skibowl, is best known for his slopestyle accomplishments. But his winning runs in Park City prove that he is now the guy to beat in the halfpipe as well.
Check it out: