ASPEN, Colo. – Two-time Olympic gold medalist Seth Wescott’s quest for his first career X Games gold medal came up short Saturday after a fourth-place finish in the finals of the snowboardcross at the X Games at Buttermilk.

Wescott’s finals time was 1:30.386, nearly seven-tenths of a second behind Nick Baumgartner of Iron River, Mich., who won in 1:29.700.

Canadian Kevin Hill won silver in 1:29.856 and Idaho’s Nate Holland edged Wescott to win bronze in 1:30.026.

On Friday, Wescott, of Carrabassett Valley, continued his strong showing in the X Games qualifying round. He led all racers with a time of 1:29.209, qualifying him for Saturday’s quarterfinal.

Wescott placed first in the quarterfinal round and ranked fourth in the semifinals to advance to the finals, which featured six racers.

Also on Friday, Simon Dumont of Bethel placed third in the men’s ski superpipe. At 15, winner Torin Yater-Wallace of Aspen, Colo., is the youngest champion in Winter X Games history.