The 26th – 28th October saw the ever epic Relentless Freeze festival return to Battersea Powerstation in good old London town. Europe’s top snowboard and freeski riders always make time for the event and 2012’s contestants didn’t disappoint with a massive amount of talent on show.
The Friday night saw the freeski athletes take the stage and in the Battle of Britain contest, Animal rider James Webb laid down a switch cork 1080 mute to take 2nd spot. Talking on the event, Webbo said:
“I love the freeze because it’s such a big event made better that we can do it in our home land with a home crowd. It’s amazing to actually do something of that magnitude in the UK.”
On the Saturday it was the turn of the snowboarders and Dom Harington was up in tough conditions, but after putting down a massive 720 managed to take the win.
“Super stoked with the win. It was quite windy up at the top of the jump so it was quite challenging conditions but luckily I had my mega fast board that I usually use for Halfpipe and had tons of speed. I did a simple 720 but sent it big which gave me some good points from the judges! Then after that I went to watch public enemy which was rad!”