It was a big day for the trio of Brandon Semenuk, Anthony Messere and Logan Peat. Logan returned to the Crankworx Slopestyle for the first time in seven years, conquering years of injuries and bad luck by throwing down a powerful run strong enough for fourth place. Anthony Messere, coming off his first win in an FMB Diamond level event, starred again in the event where he made his name, blasting higher than everyone else. He would join Brandon on the podium, and continue to lead the overall FMB standings. Brandon Semenuk continued his slopestyle dominance in the only fashion he knows: clinical perfection. He would become the first three-time winner of the Red Bull Joyride.

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Video and Photos: 2014 Red Bull Joyride highlights

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