Watch Now: The top three runs from the Freeride World Tour stop 2 in Courmayeur-Mont-Blanc, Italy

Stop two of the Freeride World Tour went down at Courmayeur-Mont-Blanc, Italy, with 15 riders charging down the Tete d’Arp, a 2,000-foot vertical face that was covered in snow from a multi-day storm that swept through the days prior to the competition.

Check out the full gallery and recap from the Freeride World Tour stop 2 at Courmayeur-Mont-Blanc, Italy, as competitor Ralph Backstrom gives you a detailed analysis of what went down across the pond.

First Place: Aurelien Routens

Second Place: John Rodosky

Third Place: Emilien Badoux

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