Max Parrot wins 2014 X Games Big Air [Gallery]

With Mark McMorris backing out to focus on slopestyle and Torstein Horgmo not making it into finals, Big Air Gold was truly up for grabs. After an 18-minute jam session, first time Big Air competitor Max Parrot stepped up for a proper throw down,  stomping a backside triple 1620 and a cab triple cork 1440 and taking the Gold. Japanese rider Yuki Kadono ended the night with a silver while Norway’s Stale Sandbech held onto third.

The winners, stoked. | P: Tim Peare The winners, stoked. | P: Tim Peare

1. Max Parrot: 93.00
2. Yuki Kadono: 88.00
3. Stale Sandbech: 77.00

4. Seppe Smits: 77.00
5. Sven Thorgren: 67.00
6. Torgeir Bergrem: 64.00

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