Switzerland's Kai Mahler is one of the most successful X Games Ski Big Air athletes in history -- his 4 medals are tied for second-most in the discipline. The youngest Men's Ski Big Air medalist in X Games history, Kai is known for his stylie spins and creative versions of popular tricks: His Aspen 2017 bronze was powered by a unique carving triple cork 1620. A 2014 Winter Olympian, Mahler also holds his own on the slopestyle course; he finished 16th in the discipline in Sochi.
- time XG Big Air medalist, including Aspen 2017 bronze. Youngest Men's Ski Big Air medalist in XG history; silver, XG Aspen 2012 at age 16.
- Finished top 5 in 7 out 8 X Games starts. His 4 Big Air medals are tied for second
- most in the discipline.
- 16th, 2014 Winter Olympics (slopestyle)
- Winner, Feb. 2017 World Cup big air Quebec City
- Comes from a small farming village in Switzerland
- Tore ligaments in his left foot in Sept. and was off snow for 2 months.
X Games Competition History
|X Games Norway 2017|| SKI Big Air||16th|
|X Games Aspen 2017|| SKI Big Air||3rd|
|X Games Oslo 2016|| SKI Big Air||4th|
|X Games Aspen 2016|| SKI Big Air||5th|
|X Games Aspen 2015|| SKI Big Air||4th|
|X Games Aspen 2014|| SKI Big Air||3rd|
|Winter X Games Aspen 2013|| SKI Big Air||2nd|
|Winter X Games Aspen 2012|| SKI Big Air||2nd|