Watch Now: The winning runs from the Burton US Open at Vail

It was a historic year as the Burton US Open left Vermont and landed in sunny Vail, Colorado. This year would mark the 31st Burton US Open and it would be one for the history books as Kelly Clark won her 61st pipe contest, making her the winningest snowboarder of all time. After that, Shaun White took yet another pipe competition and Mark McMorris stomped a tough run in bad conditions to land yet again on top of the podium. Check out all the winning runs from this year’s Burton US Open below.

Men’s Snowboard Pipe

1. Shaun White

2. Ayumu Hirano

3. Louie Vito

See Also: Shaun White and Kelly Clark win halfpipe at the 2013 Burton US Open in Vail

Women’s Snowboard Pipe

1. Kelly Clark

2. Hannah Teter

3. Arielle Gold

Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle

1. Mark McMorris

2. Torstein Horgmo

3. Chas Guldemond

See Also: Mark McMorris and Spencer O’Brien win slopestyle at the 2013 Burton US Open in Vail

Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle

Note: The women did not compete in a final as the conditions became so bad (or good) that it was impossible to compete. Here are the winning runs that were based off of the slopestyle semi-final.

1. Spencer O’Brien

2. Jamie Anderson

3. Brooke Voigt

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