The coronation is complete.
Per the votes of competing athletes, skier Karl Fostvedt — also known as "Crazy Karl" — and snowboarder Madison Blackley are the new King and Queen of Corbet's.
Along with 24 other athletes, they jockeyed for the title Thursday.
But their respective reigns began Saturday, when the results of the athlete-judged competition were announced. Fostvedt and Blackley will each take home a $10,000 cash prize, and the titles of king and queen regent.
The other lords and ladies of the steep, snow-covered land are as follows.
- Hans Mindnich (second place, $5,000 prize)
- Jake Hopfinger (third, $3,000 prize)
- Parkin Costain (fourth)
- Elias Elhardt (fifth)
- Audrey Hebert (second place, $5,000 prize)
- Zoe Vernon (third, $3,000 prize)
You can pick up a copy of Wednesday's Jackson Hole News&Guide for more about the competition, interviews with athletes and oodles of photos.