Megan Oldham of Newmarket, Ontario won the bronze medal at a World Cup women’s slopestyle skiing event in Tignes, France on Saturday. For Oldham, it was her second World Cup medal of the season as she won the gold medal at a World Cup women’s big air skiing event in Copper Mountain, Colorado on December 16.
Oldham had a score of 90 points. Mathilde Gremaud of Switzerland won the gold medal with 96.25 points. Johanne Killi of Norway won the silver medal with 95.25 points. Oldham reached the podium by 5.75 points over Sarah Hoefflin of Switzerland, who was in fourth place with a score of 84.25 points.
In the World Cup women’s slopestyle standings, Oldham is in fifth place with 142 points. Killi leads with 380 points. Hoefflin is in second place with 210 points. Gremaud is in third place with 186 points and Sandra Eie of Norway is in fourth place with 158 points. There is one more Women’s World Cup slopestyle skiing event this season. That will take place on March 25 in Silvaplana, Switzerland.
Oldham now has seven World Cup freestyle skiing medals. She has won three gold medals, one silver medal, and three bronze medals. Six of the seven medals have come in slopestyle skiing, with the other one being in big air. The bronze medal for Oldham will give her confidence as she prepares for the 2026 Olympic Winter Games in Milan/Cortina d’Ampezzo.