Slopestyle star Brett Rheeder emerged victorious at Friday’s running of the Red Bull Rampage, the 13th year for freeride’s ultimate competition, held on the cliffs near Virgin, Utah, outside Zion National Park. Rheeder is a six-time Rampage six-time competitor who had never broken the top five, but the 25-year-old from Vernon, British Columbia, laid it all on the line and scored an 89.66 with his first run—a near-flawless combination of an opposite 360 drop-in, a double with stomach-dropping vertical, a huge flat-drop backflip—the biggest he’d ever tried—followed by another 360, a backflip and a one-footed can-can. The clean top-to-bottom run was enough to hold for the rest of the first round of runs and all of the second. Rheeder edged out 2014 Rampage champion Andreu Lacondeguy, whose flair-filled run scored him an 87.33 and his first return to the podium since his second-place finish in 2015.