An action packed weekend of skiing at Mammoth Mountain wrapped up on Sunday with a slopestyle event held at the impeccably crafted Unbound Terrain Park where Kelly Sildaru (Estonia) and Alex Hall (USA) were able to walk away with the victories at the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix.
FIS reports Sildaru came into slopestyle competition just one day after finishing second to Eileen Gu (China) in the halfpipe on Saturday. On Sunday she threw down an exceptional first run score of 93.75 that no one would be able to better through the rest of the day.
On the men’s side Alex Hall came through some 9th inning heroics with his last competition run bumping his teammate Nick Goepper from top spot and claiming fifth career World Cup win.
Stay tuned as athletes will now head over to France for the final FIS Freeski competition before the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, with slopestyle action in Font Romeu going down from January 14-16.