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Top-ranked slopestyle skier James ‘Woodsy’ Woods has kicked off his AFP World Tour series campaign in the best way possible by winning the first event of the season in Cardrona New Zealand.
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In second place was the Swiss rider Oyston Braten, with local favourite kiwi Jossi Wells coming in third.

A former world champion skier, the freestyle skier Woods was a strong favourite for medal glory in the Sochi Olympics but was held back by an injury he was carrying through the competition – eventually finishing in fifth spot.

However, this early winning start to the 2014/15 season signals he is back on top form and starting down the long road to the 2018 Winter Olympics in the best way possible.

The 22-year-old took the top qualifying place with his very first run and then bettered that with his second run to clinch the New Zealand Freeski Open Champion title.

For full results, see nzfreeskiopen.com