Colorado athletes Eric Willett, Torin Yater-Wallace top Dew Tour in Vermont

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It was a big weekend for Colorado athletes on the Winter Dew Tour, with Breckenridge snowboarder Eric Willett and Aspen skier Torin Yater-Wallace each topping the podium at the Pantech Invitational in Killington, VT. Check out the highlight reels after the jump.

Willett dominated the men's snowboard slopestyle competition on Saturday, winning both semifinals and finals at the second of three stops on the Winter Dew Tour and bumping into third place in the overall standings behind Canadian rider Sebastian Toutant and Norwegian rider Gjermund Braaten.

And Yater-Wallace -- a 16 year-old skier who's been beating up on the big kids for the last two years after coming up through the Dew Tour's amateur Free Flow series -- similarly ruled the men's ski superpipe competition on Saturday night, with a victory lap run featuring his first-ever switch 900 for good measure. He's now in second place in the overall ranking behind French skier Kevin Rolland as the tour heads into its final stop next month, February 9-12 at Snowbasin Resort in Ogden, Utah.

For more from the Winter Dew Tour, visit www.AlliSports.com.

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