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“I’m stoked on the truck. I got beat out of the tie breaker last year so I guess I had to wait a year to get it but now I have a fresh looking Avalanche and it feels good to get it,” Vito said. “I just wanted to handle it on my first run. I’m happy. It was a good tour and a good season and now I can chill and enjoy the rest of the winter.”
This event closed the curtains on a season of epic halfpipe competition at the Chevy U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix, with Shaun White winning the first Grand Prix and Louie Vito winning the final two and the overall title.