The XXII Olympic Winter Games

Men’s Slopestyle Results

The United States swept the first ever Olympic ski slopestyle event

 Joss Christensen (USA, center) celebrates winning gold with Gus Kenworthy (USA, right) who won silver and Nicholas Goepper (USA, left) who won bronze in the men's ski slopestyle. PHOTO: Rob Schumacher/USA TODAY Sports

Joss Christensen (USA, center) celebrates winning gold with Gus Kenworthy (USA, right) who won silver and Nicholas Goepper (USA, left) who won bronze in the men’s ski slopestyle. PHOTO: Rob Schumacher/USA TODAY Sports

Men’s Slopestyle Results
Gold: Joss Christensen, U.S.A., 95.80
Silver: Gus Kenworthy, U.S.A., 93.60
Bronze: Nick Goepper, U.S.A., 92.40

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Joss Christensen, who got one of the last discretionary picks to make the U.S. Olympic team, led his fellow teammates to the podium in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle event at Sochi. Christensen’s winning run included a switch triple 1440, which he added at the last minute.

Joss Christensen won the champion’s title, his result being 95.80 points, Gus Kenworthy was the second at 93.60, and Nicholas Goepper (92.40) claimed bronze.

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