The third time proved to be the charm for Brett Rheeder as he finally stepped on to the top of the podium at Innsbruck after two consecutive second-place finishes. Innsbruck once again provided the goods as it came down to the very last run for Rheeder who had to improve on his first run to beat Emil Johansson's monstrous score of 95. In a line stacked full of opposite variations, he did it and managed to scrape an extra 0.5 ahead of the young Swede.
Third place went to the newcomer and BMX-pat Dawid Godziek. The brother of Szymon was competing on a wildcard but announced himself to the world by throwing some Crankworx firsts including a Twister No Hander and a Cashroll Barspin.
After a frustrating day of wind delays, the pressure was on for riders to deliver and they did across the board. Here's how it went down: