The Tan­ner Hall Invi­ta­tion­al at Sier­ra at Tahoe brought togeth­er some of the most cre­ative park skiers in the world. Old-school leg­ends com­pet­ed with fresh tal­ent on one crazy new jump. The sym­met­ri­cal fea­ture con­sist­ed of two quar­ter pipes with the option of trans­fer­ring between them, as well as a dou­ble-sided hip jump which could also be hit as a true over-the-top jump.

Ath­letes vot­ed on the winners.

Phil “B‑Dog” Casabon won for best style and cre­ativ­i­ty. He threw one of the most flexed out tail-but­ters of all time on the quar­ter pipe (1:13) as well as a nol­lie 360 from one quar­ter pipe to the other.

Hen­rik Har­laut, a.k.a. E’dollo was the over­all win­ner. He threw some ridicu­lous nose­but­ters on the quar­ter pipe (1:10) and sent dou­bles both on the hip, and over it (1:24).

Over­all, the com­pe­ti­tion was a great suc­cess, encour­ag­ing skiers to push both the tech­ni­cal­i­ty and cre­ativ­i­ty of their tricks. Check out the video above for all the action.

On Jan­u­ary 19, 2012, pro­fes­sion­al freestyle ski­er Sarah Burke passed away from injuries sus­tained in a train­ing acci­dent nine days pri­or. An extreme­ly gen­er­ous out­pour­ing of love and sup­port has been shown towards the Burke fam­i­ly and Sarah’s hus­band, Rory Bushfield.

While the fam­i­ly has already reached their goal in rais­ing enough mon­ey to cov­er Sarah’s med­ical expens­es, you can still donate. Future dona­tions will go towards memo­r­i­al ser­vices and form­ing a foun­da­tion in Sarah’s name to hon­or her legacy.

For more infor­ma­tion on how you can donate, vis­it Sarah’s Give For­ward page here.