2014 Winter X Games Recap

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 28, 2014 11:28 am

The 2014 Winter X Games in Aspen, CO concluded this past sunday night with huge success and huge scores!

First-time X Games finals competitor and Olympian, Danny Davis, put together a smooth and stylish second run, consisting of a double crippler 1080 and switch method, scoring a 95.00 and winning him the gold. X Games co-host Louie Vito put together a solid run as well, earning Silver with a 93.00. Greg Bretz took home his first SuperPipe medal, with the bronze.

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Danny Davis winning halfpipe run at the Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain. Photo: The Ski Channel / Shannon Quirk 

Nick Goepper defended his gold medal in the Ski Slopestyle finals this afternoon. After a heated battle between the athletes, the 19 year-old Goepper solidified his win by sticking a flawless run as the only competitor today without poles. His winning run included a left double 1260, switch left double 1080 japan, and a triple 1440 mute. Utah local McRae Williams took the silver and Norway’s Andreas Hatveit, the bronze.

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Nick Goepper competing in Men’s Ski SlopeStyle Final during X Games Aspen 2014. Photo by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images

Kaya Turski secured her fourth X Games gold in the Women’s Ski Slopestyle finals. Back from knee surgery just five months ago, Turski’s run included a frontside 540, a switch 540 and a switch cork 720 and claiming the top spot on the podium. Maggie Voisin – at 15, the youngest female skier to compete at X Games – picked up her first silver medal while Canadian, Kim Lamarre took bronze.
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Kaya Turski, four-time X Games gold medalist. Photo Pete Morning / ESPN Images
In the Snowmobile SnoCross Adaptive final, new dad Mike Schultz rallied to a finishing time of 4:36.775 and taking home his fourth gold in the event. Garrett Goodwin’s time of 4:50.254, won him the silver, and Doug Henry rounded out the podium with bronze.
Tucker Hibbert affirmed his dominance in the Snowmobile SnoCross finals, landing his seventh gold medal in the event with a time of 12:27. 19-year-old Kody Kamm finished with a 12:41, taking home the silver. In his third X Games Justin Broberg picked up bronze.
For full results and scores check X GAMES.