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Andri Ragettli wins 2022 X Games Slopestyle

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Maybe it was weird snow, maybe it was the pre-Olympic nerves. Whatever it was, today’s Men’s Ski Slopestyle contest at the 2022 Winter X Games was marked more by crashes than by makes.

Highlights | 2022 X Games Men's Ski Slopestyle (YouTube)

Swiss rider Andri Ragettli emerged the day’s winner. Ragettli completed a clean and technical rail section (front swap, front 450 out; left 450 on, pretzel 270 out; switch right 270 on, back swap, front 270 out) into a solid jump line: switch right double misty 1260 mute, left double cork 1620 tail, switch left double misty 1620 safety.

Podium Runs | 2022 Winter X Games Men's Ski Slopestyle (YouTube)

Canada’s Max Moffatt took second place. Moffatt tossed a casual bio 900 handdrag over the first rainbow rail, followed by a switch left 270 on to front 450 out and a a blind 360 swap, continuing 450 out. In the jumps, he combined a switch right double cork 1260 nose grab with a left double 14 safety and a massive right double bio 1620 japan.

Third place went to Alex Hall, who after a series of missteps, fought his way onto the podium on his fourth and final run. A-Hall served up a frontside 360 swap, left 450 on to continuing 450, and switch right 270 to pretzel 450 in the rails, then followed with a left double cork 1440 lead japan, right double 900 safety bringback, and a switch left double cork 1800 buick.


All in all, 25 of the 40 attempted runs in the contest ended as crashes or throwaways.



January 23, 2022

Alex Hall, Andri Ragettli, aspen

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