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At the brand new location and excellent re-designed course construction in Saalbach Hinterglemm in Austria, the 6Star Roxy Chicken Jam began the showdown with a seriously high level of riding. 36 girls who had traveled from all over the world had to ride it out for the 6 top spots qualifying for tomorrow finals.
The qualification winner Charlotte Van Gils (NED) was riding strong all day but it was her last run that landed her the deserved top spot and she was all smiles. Her run consisted of a fs boardslide, huge straight air, fs 720, bs 360 and on the kinked butter box an uber smooth fs180 to 50/50 to to 180 off. Qualifying in second place Cecilia Larsen from Sweden was only a few points behind, she stomped a cab 540, bs 360, 50/50 to backside grab on the up gap box and a bs swich 50/50 on the last box.
Tomorrow the six qualified riders will join the likes of current Swatch TTR World No.1 Sarka Pancochova (CZE) and Cheryl Maas (NED) to battle it out for this coveted 6Star title on the Swatch TTR Tour and the 1000 TTR Ranking points.
The 6 Qualified riders
1. Van Gils Charlotte (NED) 349 points
2. Larsen Cecilia (SWE) 347 points
3. Frost Claire (SCO) 329 points
4. Sadlowski Diana (POL) 313 points
5. Paumola Heidi (FIN) 310 points
6. Pribosic Urska (SLO) 287 points
7. Malin Johansson (SWE) 222 points