Following a firepower-filled first day, which you can read recaps of here and here, day two of X Games is underway here in beautiful Aspen, Colorado.

On the docket this morning was Women’s Slopestyle Finals, which saw eight of the world’s best showcase their ever-exciting and increasingly impressive level of skiing.

Tess Ledeux. Photo by Meghan LaHatte

While a handful of the girls had somewhat of a tough time on the tight rail section, last year’s gold medalist, Maggie Voisin, greased them with little effort, and laid down back-to-back 900s and a double cork 10 to take third place.

Maggie Voisin. Photo by Meghan LaHatte

In second was Olympic slopestyle gold medalist Sarah Hoefflin of Switzerland, who kept it tech on the rails, stylish on the first two jumps and laid down a double cork of her own on the money booter to score silver.

Sarah Hoefflin. Photo by Meghan LaHatte

And in first, authoritatively so, was Estonia’s Kelly Sildaru, who less than 12 hours after scoring silver in Women’s Superpipe Finals, won her third X Games slopestyle gold medal with a Wallisch-eque showing on the rails, a cork 900 and back-to-back switch 1080s, which the judges deservingly awarded her a jaw-dropping score of 99.00 for.

Kelly Sildaru. Photo by Meghan LaHatte


1) Kelly Sildaru - 99.00
2) Sarah Hoefflin - 90.00
3) Maggie Voisin - 87.66
4) Johanne Killi - 84.00
5) Isabel Atkin - 83.33
6) Mathilde Gremaud - 75.00
7) Tess Ledeux - 29.00
8) Giulia Tanno - 21.33

Sarah Hoefflin (2nd), Kelly Sildaru (1st), Maggie Voisin (3rd). Photo by Eric Lars Bakke / ESPN Images)

Stay tuned for more from X Games, which is continuing today with Men’s Big Air Eliminations and Women’s Big Air Finals tonight under the lights. For more on the event, visit xgames.com.

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