Mikaël Kingsbury continued his domination in Calgary

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Mikaël Kingsbury has signed a 53rd victory in the world Cup freestyle skiing in removing the test bumps of Calgary, on Saturday afternoon.

It is a seventh consecutive victory, eighth in career in Calgary and a fourth this season for the athlete from deux-Montagnes, which has obtained 84,17 points for his descent in the super final. The plodder 26-year-old had also dominated the final and qualifications.

The Swedish Walter Wallberg (80,98 points) and the Japanese Daichi Hara (78,14 points) put the hand on the silver medals, and bronze.

In the final, the Quebec Laurent Dumais concluded in 10th place.

On the women’s side, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (73,43 points) finished fifth in the super final. It is the Kazakhstani Yulia Galysheva has won with a score of 79,10.

The Frenchwoman Perrine Laffont, olympic champion, finished second with a score of 77,96. The American Jaelin Kauf, leader on the circuit of the world Cup, had to settle for the bronze medal with a score of 76,10.

Eliminated in the final, Quebec’s Chloé Dufour-Lapointe and Sofiane Gagnon took the eighth and 13th ranks. For its part, the Saskatchewanaise Maia Schwinghammer finished in 11th.