Crested Butte, Colo., local and Flylow athlete Sydney Dickinson won the Freeride World Qualifier big-mountain contest at her home mountain last weekend against a stacked field of competitors. Sydney skied fluidly and strong through a challenging line through a zone called the Bermuda Triangle and into CB's notorious Big Hourglass. She beat Pip Hunt and Kaytlin Hughes, who took second and third, respectively. From the top of the venue my run looked liked a nice fault line with deep pow, said Dickinson. I just wanted to have fun with my run, and it was freaking awesome. The contest, a four-star event in the Subaru Freeride Series, allowed athletes to earn points to go toward eventually qualifying for the Freeride World Tour. Previously, this contest was known as the Crested Butte Extremes and it's one of the birth places of big-mountain contests in modern freeskiing. Check out full results from the Crested Butte contest here and get to know Sydney more here.