Just a week after being snubbed by the judges in the elimination round of the X Games Big Air, Switzerland’s Fabian Bösch scored some redemption, winning the 2019 FIS World Championships Big Air in Park City, Utah yesterday.
Bösch put down two huge tricks — a leftside double cork 1620 tail to tail grab and a rightside triple cork 1620 safety to tail — that netted him the highest score of the evening. He was trailed by Henrik Harlaut, who landed his signature switch left triple orbital 1440 mute as well as a left double cork 1620 tail, while Alex Beaulieu-Marchand rounded out the podium with a unique left triple cork 1260 safety and a switch left triple 1440 bow-and-arrow grab.
On the women’s side, France’s Tess Ledeux took the win with her big leftside 1260 mute stomped bolts, and backed up with a switch left 1080 japan for her second scoring jump. She was followed by the U.S.’s Julia Krass in second with a right double cork 1080 safety of her own to officially join the ladies’ doubles club and a switch right 10 safety, and Isabel Atkin in third with a right 900 tail and switch right 1080 mute.
Men's final results (1/2)
Men's final results (2/2)
Women's final results