Beijing Winter Olympic gold medalist Ayumu Hirano won the men's snowboarding halfpipe at the Dew Tour on Sunday, when he also revealed he is not intent on competing in park skateboarding at the 2024 Paris Summer Games.

The 24-year-old dual Olympian won the Dew Tour for the first time, scoring 93.00 points with his third run to move into first place before bettering it with 96.66 for his fourth and final run in Colorado. American Taylor Gold was second on 91.22.

Fellow Japanese finalist Raibu Katayama, who placed seventh at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, scored 90.00 to finish third.

Hirano, who was eliminated in the qualifying round at the park skateboarding world championships in the United Arab Emirates earlier this month, said he wanted to "dedicate myself to snowboarding at the moment."

"I could give my best under my current condition," said Hirano, who competed in park skateboarding at the Tokyo Olympics.

"I'm hoping to keep skateboarding for the sake of my snowboarding. I'll practice (skateboarding) more, hoping to be able to compete again when a chance comes my way."