Max Moffatt of Guelph, Ontario won the gold medal in a men’s slopestyle skiing World Cup in Seiser Alm, Italy on Sunday. For Moffatt, it was his first World Cup medal. In the women’s slopestyle skiing World Cup in Seiser Alm, Italy on Sunday, Megan Oldham of Perry Sound, Ontario won the silver medal for her first World Cup medal as well.
Moffatt posted a winning score of 83.1 points. Oliwer Magnusson of Sweden won the silver medal with 82.35 points. Kiernan Fagnan of the United States won the bronze medal with 81 points. Moffatt earned a medal by 2.85 points over Colby Stevenson of the United States, who finished in fourth place with a score of 80.25 points.
Moffatt moves into fourth place in the World Cup men’s slopestyle standings with the win. He has 181 points. Andri Ragettli of Switzerland leads with 273 points.
Oldham’s silver medal winning score was 83 points. Eileen Gu of the United States won the gold medal with 84.4 points. Julia Krass of the United States won the bronze medal with a score of 77.3 points.
Oldham earned a podium spot by 8.05 points. Marin Hamill of the United States finished in fourth place with a score of 74.95 points. Oldham moves into 14 place in the World Cup women’s slopestyle skiing standings with 121 points. Sarah Hoefflin of Switzerland leads with 234 points.