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Mark McMorris stomps a backside triple cork 1620 to walk away with X Games gold, followed by Max Parrot and Yuki Kadono.

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Predictably, it was another case of triple-takes-all at Winter X Games 2015 big air, with backside triple corks dominating the podium.

But while the backside triple cork 1440 has typically been the benchmark required for the podium, last night it was backside triple cork 1620's that were needed to post a really big score.

Mark McMorris put down a frontside triple cork 1440 and backside triple cork 1620 to post a combined score of 88 points, enough to put himself ahead of fellow Canadian Max Parrot and Japanese ripper Yuki Kadono.

Check out the top runs over the following pages.

Winter X Games 2015 Big Air Results:

1st: Mark McMorris (CAN)

2nd: Max Parrot (CAN)

3rd: Yuki Kadono (JPN)

Yuki Kadono put down a clean backside triple cork 1440 and backside triple cork 1620 to do enough for the bronze medal, and also went for a mind-bending switch backside triple cork 1620 that he couldn't quite ride away from clean.

Canadian Max Parrot stomped a perfect backside triple cork 1440 and a cab triple underflip 1440 to claim the silver.

Mark McMorris' two highest scoring tricks in the big air finals were his frontside triple cork 1440 and backside triple cork 1620 stomped to perfection.

Here are some more highlights from the Winter X games 2015 snowboard big air. Don't miss Sven Thorgen's extra stylish cab 1440 roastbeef.