Skiing Slopestyle men

The 8 best athletes are making it to final. Be there on Thursday, March 17th between 10 am and noon to cheer them on!

The oldest competitor on the Slopestyle roster, JF Houle, age 25, from Quebec, Canada, used his savvy rail skills to claim the first qualifying spot. He benefited greatly from a major course change: the final jump was nixed due to poor weather and a lack of speed, meaning skiers hit 5 features instead of 6 and just two jumps instead of three. That played to Houle's advantage, who is a rail master...

Tom Wallish, the defending Winter X Games Europe gold medalist, was hoping to make a comeback after missing the Winter X Games 15 in Aspen with a broken left scapula. But he did not manage to put down a run that was clean enough for the top height.

Hard to guess who will end up on the podium on Thursday!

           
      Run 1 Run 2  
  1 JF Houle 88 93  
  2 Gus Kenworthy 91,66 54,66  
  3 James Woods 86 40  
  4 Russ Henshaw 85,66 85,33  
  5 Andreas Håtveit 85 74,66  
  6 Alex Schlopy 77 84  
  7 Bobby Brown 27,33 83,66  
  8 Phil Casabon 83 67  
  9 Henrik Harlaut 64,33 82  
  10 Jossi Wells 80,66 76,33  
  11 Elias Ambühl 74 78,33  
  12 PK Hunder 70 75  
  13 Nick Goepper 65,66 72,33  
  14 Tom Wallisch 57 71,33  
  15 Joss Christensen 61,33 69,66  
  16 Gaute Silseth 67,66 65  
  17 Aleksander Aurdal 54 45,33  
  18 Julien Lange 15 47  
  19 Jacob Wester 30,66 38,33  
  20 Bene Mayr 8,66 36,33  
  21 Byron Wells 35 0  
  22 Ian Cosco 28,33 13,33  
  23 Markus Eder 11,33 27,66  
  24 Thomas Dolplads 0 0  
           

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