Cam McCaul wins the 2011 Crankworx Colorado Slopestyle with a no handed tuck front flip over the same area he fell attempting a front flip, and broke his femur, just one year ago. Defending champ and three time Crankworx Colorado slopestyle winner, Brandon Semenuk, brought all he had, but his 92 score was shy of McCaul's 93 final score. Sam Pilgrim rounded out the top three with a 91.67 final score.
Returning champion, 25 year old Tim Allen from Golden, CO, defended his title with a win during the 2nd annual Intergalactic Pond Crossing Championships at Crankworx Colorado. Many swam, only a select few made it successfully across the Village Pond.
Cross-Country at Crankworx Colorado is a 26 mile course, beginning down valley and finishing in the Crankworx Colorado finish area. For XC results, http://epicsingletrack.com/results.html
Slopestyle Finals The slopestyle course is a single line featuring drops, dirt jumps, elevated wall rides and elevated stunts. 20 riders competed in The Finals, 8 progressed to the Super Finals.
Intergalactic Pond Crossing Championships In the second year, this has quickly become a rider and spectator favorite. Athletes attempt to cross a narrow track that is floating across the Village Pond. Fastest time across wins.
Source: Whistler Mountain Bike