X Games Real Ski 2017 results—watch each medal-earning video

The highly-anticipated street version of the X Games Real Ski contest has come to an end, folks. Each and every submission was thoroughly impressive but, in the end, only three people could make it onto the podium via decisions from a tough group of judges.

Magnus Granér filming for his 2017 Real Ski part. Photo courtesy of X Games.

In first place, we have the Swedish style master Magnus Granér, who came out swinging with one of the most creative and hard-hitting street videos we’ve ever seen. Following Granér in second is another Swede, Henrik Harlaut. Like Granér, Harlaut is known for his style and creativity and more than deserved this honor via his nuts submission. In third is madman LJ Strenio, an American who goes all-out on the biggest and most challenging features he can find season after season (watch him crash hard over and over while making the video, here). After the main contest ended, Strenio wound up earning the “Fan Favorite” honor via voting on X Games’ website.

Needless to say, these dudes worked super hard for their medals and team FREESKIER is proud of each and every one of ’em. Watch their mind-blowing submissions, below, and see every submission, here.

Gold—Magnus Granér

Silver—Henrik Harlaut

Bronze (and Fan Favorite)—LJ Strenio

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