Canada’s Seb Toots takes the top spot in the Men’s Snowboard Big Air final at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea after landing a massive cab triple cork 1440, along with a backside 1620, in the best-two-out-of-three jump format. The USA’s Kyle Mack gave the crowd a show with high-scoring variations in his jumps that included a stomped Japan and Bloody Dracula grab on his first two hits. And to round out the podium, Great Britain’s Billy Morgan put down a frontside and backside triple cork 1440 in front of the fans to cap off freestyle snowboarding’s time in the Winter Olympics. The flags raised, the crowd cheered, and Todd Richards is officially headed home.

Just a day away from closing ceremonies, we would like to thank all the riders for putting on quite the show, congratulate everyone on their results, and wish you all powder-filled remainder of winter!

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