Maggie Voisin competes at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 on Feb. 17, 2018 in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Two-time Olympian Maggie Voisin nailed down a bronze medal in the women’s slopestyle skiing competition at the Dew Tour stop in Breckenridge, Colorado, on Thursday.
Despite a pair of solid runs, Voisin’s total score of 164.34 wasn’t enough to overtake Estonia’s Kelly Sildaru, who commanded the day and took the gold medal with an overall score of 185.67.
The slopestyle competition was broken into a jump section and a jib section. Voisin was third after the jump portion of the competition after a solid second run. Her first of three runs on the jib section, which included rails and other features for performing tricks, scored an 81.67 and would prove to be her best of the day on that section by far. That gave her an overall score of 164.32, just barely off the second-place mark that France’s Tess Ledeux collected with a score of 165.67.
Voisin was the youngest member of the 2014 U.S. Olympic Team at the age of 15, but broke her ankle during training in Sochi and was unable to compete. The 19-year-old from Whitefish, Montana, then made the 2018 team as well and finished fourth overall in slopestyle.