OSLO, Norway - South Lake Tahoe's Jamie Anderson worked her slopestyle magic once again at the World Snowboarding Championships in Norway over the weekend.
Her run kicked off with a backside 50-50 on the down rail to a 50-50 backside 180 on the cannon jib. In the middle jump section, she threw a switch backside 540 into a frontside 360. On the bottom two features, she blasted a big boardslide 270 before straight-lining into a backside 540 on the bottom booter.
She scored a 78.9, just ahead of Finland's Enni Rukajaervi. Canada's Spencer O'brien edged Anderson out of the top spot with a 84.4.