The highlights included three different athletes recording a finals performance, achieved by NSWIS scholarship holders Brodie Summers, Rohan Chapman-Davies and Taylah O’Neill.
On day one of competition, Brodie Summers had an outstanding performance for the first run qualifying in first place for the final. Unfortunately Brodie was carrying too much speed in the final and had to pull out of the line before the bottom jump, finishing in 15th place.
Rohan Chapman-Davies and Taylah O’Neill finished up the highest ranked Australians, both finishing in 8th place. Other athlete performances on day one were Maddi Himbury in 19th, David Graham 23rd, Emma Chapman-Davies 26th, Kate Blamey 37th, Campbell Cooke 41st, Jake Ashton 42nd, Josh Himbury 46th and James Campbell in 52nd.
On day two of competition Brodie Summers and Rohan Champan-Davies again qualified for finals, with Rohan again finishing the highest ranked Australian in ninth place and Brodie in 16th.
Other Australian performance on day two were Maddi Himbury in 23rd, Emma Chapman-Davies 25th, David Graham 26th, Jake Ashton 29th, Kate Blamey 33rd, Campbell Cooke 34th, Taylah O'Neill 38th, Josh Himbury 46th and James Campbell 50th.
Both teams now head to Apex, BC, Canada, for two more days of Nor-Am competition.