2014 29th Annual Legendary Banked Slalom Results

Also see: The Road to Baker, Day 1: three dudes, one car — the pilgrimage to LBS begins | The Road to Baker, Day 2: If you’re not first, you’re last — LBS day 1

While Team USA is busy sweeping the podium in Sochi, the true Olympics of snowboarding went down this weekend at the 29th Annual Legendary Banked Slalom at Mt. Baker. Take a look at who earned bragging rights this time around:

Pro Men
Harry Kearney | 1:43.35  | Norwood, Colorado | 20

Pro Women
Marie-France Roy | 2:00.78 | Les Eboulements, Quebec | 30

Pro Masters
Pat Abramson | 1:50.48 | Boulder, Colorado | 41

Pro Women Masters
Marni Yamada | 2:02.64 | Seattle, Washington | 35

Next Generation
Jaydn Chomlack | 2:07.76 | Whistler, British Columbia | 11

Juniors
Hank Kennedy | 1:54.02 | Glacier, Washington | 15

Younger Amateurs
Jacob Krugmire | 1:57.66 | University Place, Washington | 17

Older Amateurs
Spencer Cordovano | 1:51.20 | Hailey, Idaho | 26

Women Amateurs
Martina Nemcova | 2:03.42 | Boulder, Colorado | 23

Masters
Scott Reynolds | 1:51.67 | Rossland, British Columbia | 31

Women Masters
Kelly Edmonds | 2:09.33 | Shoreline, Washington | 34

Mid Masters
Tim Gallagher | 1:58.35 | Mammoth Lakes, California | 44

Grand Masters
Jay Moore | 2:01.01 | Bozeman, Montana | 50

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