On the fourth and final day of the 2016 Winter X Games in Aspen, Lindsey Jacobellis continued her domination of women's snowboarding, winning her 10th career X Games gold medal.
Jacobellis finished with a winning time of 1:00.957 in the Women's Snowboarding X final, narrowly defeating silver medalist Eva Samkova of the Czech Republic, who had a time of 1:00.998. Nelly Moenne Loccoz took the bronze with a time of 1:02.943.
Look at how close those Jacobellis and Samkova finished:
#XGames Snowboarder X— X Games (@XGames) January 31, 2016
Gold – Lindsey Jacobellis
Silver – Eva Samkova
Bronze – Nelly Moenne Loccoz pic.twitter.com/RiHaHk3wzm
For Jacobellis, it was her 10th gold medal in Snowboarding X in her 13th time entering the event. She has the most gold medals of any woman in X Games history, and her .769 winning percentage is the best of any X Games athlete with at least 10 starts in a single discipline.
In the Men's Ski Slopestyle, Jossi Wells won his first career X Games gold medal, the first for New Zealand since 1997. It was the fifth career medal for Wells and in three different events, including three silvers and a bronze. Wells was already in the lead heading into his third and final run, but improved his score with a 90.00 to secure the gold.
Gus Kenworthy won the silver medal with a score of 87.33, and Oystein Braaten took home the bronze with a best run of 84.33.
In the final event of this year's X Games, the Women's Snowboard SuperPipe, 15-year-old Chloe Kim defended her gold medal with yet another win, this time over Arielle Gold.
Snowboarder Active X
Gold: Matti Suur-Hamari (1:04.820)
Silver: Alex Massie (1:05.531)
Bronze: Ben Tudhope (1:08.609)
Men's Snowboarder X
Gold: Jarryd Hughes (0:59.222)
Silver: Alex Pullin (0:59.332)
Bronze: Konstantin Schad (0:59.522)
Women's Snowboard SuperPipe
Gold: Chloe Kim (95.00)
Silver: Arielle Gold (86.00)
Bronze: Cai Xuetong (80.33)