The format for the big air final was three jumps per athlete, with the best two scores counting toward your total score.
Coady’s highest scoring jump was in run number one, with her switch backside 900 with stalefish grab scoring 81.75 points. Coady’s second highest score was in the third run, scoring 70 points for her frontside double 900 with indy grab. The two jump total for Coady was 151.75 points, giving her a final ranking of fifth.
The gold medal with a score of 177.75 points went to Canadian Laurie Blouin, with 2021 slopestyle World Champion Zoi Sadowski Synnott of New Zealand in second place with 176.75 points and Japanese rider Miyabi Onitsuka in third place with 174.75 points.
In the men’s final Matt Cox's two highest scoring jumps were his second jump, a frontside 1080 with indy grab scoring 46.75 points and on his third jump a cab 1260 with stalefish grab scoring 64.75 points. This gave Cox a two jump score of 111.50 and a final ranking of tenth.
Canada took the first two places in the men’s event with Mark McMorris of Canada in first place and Max Parrot in second, Norwegian Marcus Kleveland finished in third.
IMAGE: Matt Cox going big in Aspen © Chris Hocking