Canada's Teal Harle skis to slopestyle gold

Canada's Teal Harle won Friday's World Cup men's ski slopestyle season finale in Switzerland.

It was the first career World Cup podium finish for the 20-year-old Harle.

"It's so crazy. I'm so excited, I don't even know what to say," Harle said. "Just so stoked to be up there."

The Campbell River, B.C., native landed his signature trick to score 92.80 points and finish ahead of Americans McRae Williams (90.20) and Gus Kenworthy (88.20) on the medal stand.

Canada's Alex Bellemare finished fifth, and three more Canadians landed in the top 15.

Williams won the World Cup title, while Harle finished fifth and Bellemare sixth.

"All year I've been making finals but just messing up a little bit here and there," Harle said. "Stoked to finally put it all together and land that run."

The victory gives Harle momentum for the upcoming world championships.

"This gives me a lot of confidence going into worlds," he said. "When I feel good and I'm in a good mood, I ski better and have less stress, so I tend to do better on the slopes when I'm having a good time."

Turski 10th in women's event

​Great Britain's Isabel Atkin won Friday's women's competition, ahead of Sweden's Emma Dahlstrom and Switzerland's Mathilde Gremaud.

Kaya Turski was the top Canadian. She finished 10th.

Fellow Canadian Dara Howell, the reigning Olympic champion, was 15th. She was a Canadian-high 12th in the World Cup season standings.