Benji Farrow is consistently progressing his way to the top. From being named to the pro team to always making finals, the world is sure to be seeing more of him. (Getty Images/Mike Ehrmann)
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Benji Farrow has been making serious waves on the competition scene since his second-place finish at the Sugarloaf Rev. Tour stop in 2009. Since then, it has been onward and upward for Farrow.
He marked the 2011 season with an appointment to the World Championships halfpipe team, where he earned the top spot for USA in 12th. Farrow rounded out the year with a top 10 at the Mammoth Mountain Grand Prix and was soon after called up to join the U.S. Snowboarding rookie squad. Farrow moved up to the U.S. Snowboarding Pro Team after landing an impressive podium at the 2012 Burton US Open and a sixth at X Games Tignes.
Farrow polished off his inaugural season on the Pro Team in 2013 with a fifth at the Burton US Open. In 2014 Farrow continued to progress in the halfpipe, making finals at every event he entered until a late-season injury sidelined him just before the Burton US Open.
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