Dylan Ferguson finished the FIS Freestyle Aerials World Cup Finals with a fifth-place showing and ended the season ranked fourth. Here is shown in an earlier competiton. (Getty Images/Matthew Stockman)
VOSS, Norway (Mar. 17) – Dylan Ferguson (Amesbury, MA) took fifth in the FIS Freestyle Aerials World Cup Finals in Voss, Norway, Saturday, locking him into fourth in the season overall standings. Nevin Brown (Streetsboro, OH) finished a career-best eighth. Dmitri Dashinski of Belarus was the men’s winner, with China’s Mengtao XU snagging the women’s top spot.
Dylan Ferguson (Amesbury, MA) ended the 2012 World Cup season with a fifth place finish in Voss, Norway.
Ferguson finished the World Cup aerials season ranked fourth. Ferguson’s season was highlighted by two podium finishes; second place at Deer Valley, and a third place in Austria.
Nevin Brown (Streetsboro, OH) finished eighth, a career best on the World Cup.
Scotty Bahrke (Tahoe City, CA), who picked up a career first win in Kreischberg, Austria, finished the season ranked 11th.
Next up is the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships next weekend at Stratton Mountain, VT.
QUOTES Dylan Ferguson Ending the season fourth in the World Cup standings is incredible. It was a personal best. I wanted to finish the season well and keep the energy level high.
Norway this week was awesome. It’s cool to come here because it’s the site of World Championships next year and that’s going to be a big event going into an Olympic year.
Nevin Brown I’m pretty happy with how I finished today, though I know I can jump better than that. My goal for U.S. Freestyle Championships next week is to put it together and go for the win.
This was my first overseas World Cup. It was a little challenge to get over the jet lag, but once I did, its been great to be here and compete here.
Scotty Bahrke World Cup Finals were pretty fun. For me the jumping didn’t go too hot, but the overall experience was awesome; We got to go and check out the fjords and the Norwegian countryside.