BILLINGS — Maggie Voisin earned a bronze medal Friday morning at the X Games Aspen in women’s ski slopestyle.
She landed a forward double cork 1260 in competition for her first time and scored an 87.66 on her second run.
Estonia’s Kelly Sildaru won the contest with a 99, the highest point total earned by a competitor in the event’s history. Switzerland’s Sarah Hoefflin scored a 90.
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Voisin has three other X Games medals — ski slopestyle gold from X Games Aspen 2018, silver from X Games Aspen 2014 and a big air bronze from X Games Norway 2017.
The Whitefish native also competed in the Ski Big Air contest later Friday night where she finished in eighth place with a score of 44 points. It took until her fifth jump to get a clean score without falling.
Switzerland's Mathilde Gremaud (83) won, while Norway's Johanne Killi (80) and Estonia's Kelly Sildaru (79) rounded out the podium.
Fans can watch the rebroadcast of the ski slopestyle competition on ABC Saturday afternoon.
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