Warren Shouldice, from Calgary, Alta., soars to victory during men's World Cup Freestyle aerials competition in Calgary ((Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press))

Canada dominated the men's events Saturday at a World Cup freestyle ski event.

Calgary's Warren Shouldice won the men's aerials competition, Mikael Kingsbury of Deux-Montagnes, Que., and Alexandre Bilodeau of Montreal finished first and second, respectively, in moguls.

Switzerland's Renato Ulrich finished second behind Shouldice in aerials while American Scotty Bahrke was third.

Alexandre Smyshlyaev of Russia took home third in moguls.

Audrey Robichaud of Quebec City earned a silver medal in the women's aerials competition. American Olympic champion Hannah Kearney was first while Ekaterina Stolyaroba of Russia was third.

Jennifer Heil of Spruce Grove, Alta., crashed after her second jump and finished out of the medals.

China's Cheng Shuang and Xu Mengtao took the first two spots in the women's aerials competition with Ukraine's Olga Volkova finishing third. Montreal's Sabrina Guerin was the top Canadian, taking fifth.