Freestyle Skiing World Cup | Bronze for Megan Oldham in slopestyle

(Tignes) Ontarian Megan Oldham won bronze in slopestyle at the Freestyle Skiing World Cup on Saturday.

The 21-year-old from Parry Sound finished with 90 points.

The Swiss Mathilde Gremaud (96.25) and the Norwegian Johanne Killi (95.25) occupied the first two places on the podium.

It is the second World Cup podium this season for Oldham, following their big air win at Copper Mountain in December.

Oldham was faultless on the first two jumps and on the rails, but she lost her balance a bit on the final jump landing. Then, on her last run, she crashed trying to land a jump.

Oldham are set to compete in the final Slopestyle World Cup of the season next week in Silvaplana, Switzerland.

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