Alex Beaulieu-Marchand narrowly misses podium at Winter X Games Canadian freestyle skier finishes 1 point off 3rd in men's ski slopestyle competition Jan 28, 04:28 PM ET Alex Beaulieu-Marchand, seen above in a file photo, finished in fifth place, just one point off the podium in the men's ski slopestyle competition at the Winter X Games. © Al Bello/Getty Images A year after placing third in the men's ski slopestyle competition, Canada's Alex Beaulieu-Marchand fell just short of repeating the feat at the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo. on Sunday. Going into his final run, Beaulieu-Marchand was in last place in the field of eight skiers. The Quebec City native proceeded to score 91.00 which left him just a single point off Switzerland's Andri Ragettli (92.00) for the final spot on the podium. .@ABMskier ❌ #XGames Aspen 2018 pic.twitter.com/dabF54lqCS —@XGamesSweden's Henrik Harlaut took the gold (93.00) while Norway's Oystein Braaten (92.33) won silver. A veteran of eight Winter X Games, Beaulieu-Marchand will represent Canada in his second Olympic Games after placing 12th in Sochi.