After an eventful night in Québec City for the Big Air Finals, many of the competitors headed to Stoneham Resort for the Slopestyle World Cup on Sunday.
The Men’s Slopestyle results were unbelievably close but, making his home province proud, Sebastien Toutant placed first with a 84.81. Just behind him was another Canadian rider, Mark McMorris with a 84.60. Having already claimed gold for the Big Air Finals, McMorris just missed doubling up on his wins. In third place, with a 84.16 was the Norwegian marvel, Markus Kleveland.
Another Canadian graced the podium for the Women’s Slopestyle event, Brooke Voigt from Alberta placed third (67.43). The US girls rounded out the podium, holding it down in second was Jamie Anderson (72.78) and Julia Marino took the top spot with a 76.43.
The Slopestyle World Cup concluded the snowboarding events for the 2017 Jamboree.