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Kings and Queens of Corbets


The inaugural Kings and Queens of Corbet’s  was arguably the biggest and boldest competition the ski industry has ever seen. Twenty-five of the world’s best skiers and snowboarders sent the world-famous couloir like no one has before.

Two of them were crowned king and queen at the Mangy Moose on Saturday night. Karl Fostvedt's second run earned him the king’s crown, and Caite Zeliff was crowned queen. In second place, Sander Hadley and Kara Munsey, respectively, cashed in. Mikey Marohn and Hana Beaman took third place. JHMR is pleased to announce that all the winning athletes male and female will receive equal cash compensation. That prize money is $8,000 for first place, $4,000 for second place and $3,000 for third place. The only categories were male and female; there was no distinction between skiers and snowboarders.

Check out photos and videos below from the event:

Kings and Queens Recap Blog
Kings and Queens of Corbets, Top 3 Men
Kings and Queens of Corbet's- Top 3 Women

Meet the Athletes

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