Estonia’s 16-year-old Kelly Sildaru made Aspen X Games history this weekend when she scored 99 points out of a possible 100 for her third slopestyle run of the competition, earning the highest recorded slopestyle score – for men or women – in X Games history.

The victory marks Sildaru’s third X Games gold for slopestyle. The young skier also took home silver in superpipe on January 24. In 2016, Sildaru became the youngest X Games gold medalist for slopestyle at 13 years old, a title that she still holds.

Sildaru is no stranger to victory, but she has sat out of recent major competitions—including the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang – due to injury. However, as of late, Sildaru has been on a major winning streak. Sildaru took home gold in slopestyle at the 2018 Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado, on December 13.

Sildaru won a total of three medals in 25 hours, including third in big air and silver in the superpipe.

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