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Mikael Kingsbury wins Bronze in Waterville Moguls Event

Mikael Kingsbury wins Bronze in Waterville Moguls Event

Calgary, Alberta Canada- In a thrilling display of skill and determination, the moguls event at Waterville, the birthplace of modern freestyle skiing, unfolded amidst the unpredictable weather of New England, ranging from rain to heavy snowfall. The competition saw both triumphs and disappointments, with Canadian mogul skiing legend Mikael Kingsbury securing a third-place finish. Despite his formidable reputation, Kingsbury’s performance fell short of expectations, leaving the crowd surprised and the athlete himself visibly disappointed. Known for thriving under pressure, Kingsbury remains a strong contender for the moguls crystal globe, ensuring that the fight for the World Cup is far from over. The judging, however, was not without controversy. Kingsbury expressed his discontent with the deduction of 6 points by the judges, claiming that he felt it was his best run all week. This disagreement adds an extra layer of drama to the event, as Kingsbury’s resilience and determination to overcome setbacks will undoubtedly be closely watched in the upcoming competitions.


The highlight of the event was the super final, where Louis-David Chalifoux showcased his prowess, securing an impressive 6th place on the women’s side. Meanwhile, in the final, the women’s competition saw Maia Schwinghammer, Jessica Linton, and Berkley Brown reaching the ultimate stage, finishing 8th, 13th, and 16th, respectively.


As the freestyle skiing community reflects on this electrifying event, the unpredictable weather and unexpected results only serve to heighten the anticipation for the rest of the World Cup season. The moguls crystal globe remains up for grabs, and with Kingsbury’s tenacity, the competition promises to deliver more nail-biting moments in the weeks to come.


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