I think the change is good, as it allows people to compete at both the Chill Series and the Temple Basin Big Mountain
Day one at Craigieburn went really well for me.
I was able to pick a line that I had wanted to ski since first competing in the Chill series a few years ago.
I managed to ski it fast and fluid and stomped all of my airs, that put me into first place at the end of the first day.
Coming into day two I decided I would ski the same top section and change up my final air to a slightly easier drop.
As it turned out I was too low after the first part of my line and had to change back to my air from day one.
I took the drop on a slightly different angle which bucked me back seat on take off and I was unable to hold on to the resulting back slap on landing.
Although I crashed and rolled once my skis stayed on and I managed to recover and ski out switch, which meant I still got a score for the day, albeit a very low one.
I finished Craigieburn in 10th over all.
Even though I crashed on day two I am extremely happy with the way I skied up until that point.
Here are the official results from Chill HQ:
The official Comp Edit:
Excerpt from the official Chill site: