Canadian freestyle skier Alex Beaulieu-Marchand won the silver medal in ski slopestyle on Sunday – one day after Regina native Mark McMorris used a dramatic final run down the snowboard slopestyle course on Saturday to take the gold medal at the X Games.
Beaulieu-Marchand also won silver Saturday in the men’s ski big air while McMorris captured silver in snowboard big air on Friday.
McMorris scored 96 points on a monster third run to get his gold in snowboard slopestyle,, his 17th X Games medal, one off American Shaun White’s record.
Beaulieu-Marchand, the reigning bronze medallist from the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018, scored 92.66 points on his first of three runs down the track Sunday to seal second place in sky slopestyle.
The 24-year-old from Quebec City has three total medals from the X Games, including a bronze in slopestyle in 2017.
In the men’s ski big air Saturday evening, Beaulieu-Marchand finished with a combined score of 87 to capture silver behind Norway’s Birk Ruud (89) and ahead of Britain’s James Woods (82). Evan McEachran of Oakville, Ont., came in fourth with a score of 81.
Earlier in the day, Spencer O’Brien finished just off the podium in the women’s snowboard slopestyle.
O’Brien, from Courtenay, B.C., earned 81 points on her second of three runs down the course.
New Zealand’s Zoi Sadowski-Synnott won gold with 91 points. American Hailey Langland was second with 90.66 and Enni Rukajarvi of Finland took bronze with 84.66.
Stoneham, Que., rider Laurie Blouin, the 2018 Olympic slopestyle gold medallist, was seventh in the eight-woman final.