Alex Hall Wins 2019 X Games Slopestyle Gold

Alex Hall Wins 2019 X Games Slopestyle Gold

Featured image of Alex Hall courtesy Matt Morning / ESPN Images

In the final freeskiing event of the 2019 Winter X Games, 20-year-old Alex Hall took home his first X Games medal, a gold one in the slopestyle discipline. Hall skied clean throughout all three of his runs, especially on the rail sections, and incorporated a back swap into his third rail to boost his score from a 94.33 to a 95.66, and earn him the gold medal. Quebec-native Alex Beaulieu-Marchand scored a 92.66 on his first run, a score that would earn him a silver medal when all was said and done. Norwegian olympian Ferdinand Dahl rounded out the podium with a score of 80.33, just edging out fan-favorite Henrik Harlaut, who finished fourth with a score of 78.33.

Full results, men’s slopestyle:

1. Alex Hall (USA) 95.66
2. Alex Beaulieu-Marchand (CAN) 92.66
3. Ferdinand Dahl (NOR) 80.33
4. Henrik Harlaut (SWE) 78.33
5. Jesper Tjäder (SWE) 77.66
6. Øystein Bråten (NOR) 77.00
7. Willie Borm (USA) 75.33
8. Nick Goepper (USA) 66.33
9. Phil Langevin (CAN) 59.33
10. James Woods (GBR) 43.66

Podium runs:

Alex Hall

Alex Beaulieu-Marchand

Ferdinand Dahl

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