Freestyle skier Megan Oldham of Parry Sound, Ont., scored 90.00 points in her opening run and held on for a bronze-medal finish in women's slopestyle at a World Cup event on Saturday in Tignes, France.
Sarah Hoefflin of Switzerland attempted to knock her Canadian opponent off the medal podium but came up short, scoring 84.25 for fourth place.
Hoefflin's teammate, Mathilde Gremaud, took the competition with a 96.25-point performance in the second of two runs, while Norway's Johanne Killi was a close second at 95.25.
Oldham also won a big air event in World Cup action on Dec. 16 at Copper Mountain in Colorado. WATCH | Oldham holds off Swiss opponent for World Cup bronze: She ended February with a standout effort for her second world championship medal, collecting silver after finishing 2-10ths of a point behind Gremaud.Read more on cbc.ca