NSWIS park and pipe athlete Kent Callister has finished the World Cup season with a 20th place performance in the US Grand Prix event in Mammoth Mountain, California, USA.
Callister finished his heat in ninth position, just missing out by one place on the top eight required to progress to the final.
Having competed in four of the five events on the FIS Snowboard Halfpipe World Cup tour, Callister has finished the season ranked 13th on the standings.
NSWIS teammate Emily Arthur unfortunately was unable to compete in Mammoth due to a shoulder injury.
IMAGE - The Mammoth Mountain Halfpipe
The unstoppable Scotty James has capped off an incredible season this weekend, winning gold at six out of six events.
It was at the Burton US Open Snowboard event at Vail, CO, USA that James completed "the perfect season", taking out his sixth halfpipe gold medal for 2018/19 with a score of 92.00.
James credits missing out on first place in the semis, with inspiring his most recent gold-winning run.
"I wanted to ride my snowboard the way I do, I was able to do that and I am over the moon," he said.
"It's been an amazing season and coming up second in the semis put a fire under my butt and I didn't like finishing there."
Scotty James finishes the season with wins at The Dew Tour, X Games, US Grand Prix, Laax Open and the US Burton Open, as well as a third consecutive FIS World Championship title, an unprecedented feat as the first-ever snowboarder to do so.
Of winning his third-consecutive world title, the Melbournian said he couldn't believe it.
“I was pinching myself when I won my second world title, and now I’m triple pinching myself that I’ve won my third. It’s amazing."
NSWIS two-time Olympian Kent Callister also made the 10-man final, finishing ninth overall.
Impressive 13-year-old young gun Valentino Guseli placed 19th in the men's open event, after a spectacular win in the Junior Jam, which qualified the NSWIS Park & Pipe rider for the open competition.
IMAGE - Scotty James celebrating his sixth win of the year in Vail at the US Open © blattphoto