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Kingsbury Triumphs in Almaty’s Dual Moguls, Secures Crystal Globe 25 and 26

Calgary, Alberta – March 9, 2024

The Shymbulak Mountain Resort in Almaty witnessed a breathtaking display of skill and determination as Mikael Kingsbury added another milestone to his illustrious career by securing the dual moguls title on Saturday. Kingsbury, often referred to as the ‘King of Moguls,’ not only claimed his 89th career Gold Medal but also clinched both the dual moguls and overall moguls Crystal Globes in the process.

The ‘Yuka G’ course at Shymbulak Mountain Resort was the setting for this exhilarating showdown, following Kingsbury’s remarkable 88th career Gold Medal in the final single moguls event the day before. Saturday’s duals unfolded with high intensity, culminating in a dramatic face-off between Kingsbury and the local favorite, Pavel Kolmakov of Kazakhstan.

Celebrating his 150th World Cup start, Kingsbury displayed skill and composure in the challenging dual moguls course. The King Of Moguls  faced tough competition from Kolmakov, who had the backing of the home crowd. However, Kingsbury’s precision, agility, and execution ultimately secured him his 89th World Cup win, setting a new record for the most moguls World Cup appearances.

This triumph not only marked Kingsbury’s 26th World Cup title but also secured him the dual moguls globe but also the overall moguls globe, further establishing his reputation as the undisputed ‘King of Moguls.’


Canadians whom competed:

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