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Canadian Aerialists Start the Year 2018 in Moscow

Jan. 3, 2018
FIS Freestyle Ski Aerials World Cup 

Moscow, Russia, January 3, 2018 – After a short break at home for the holidays, Canadian aerialists get back into action on January 6 in Moscow, Russia. The team spent a week in Ruka, Finland, in late December, training for the World Cup events and the much-anticipated February rendezvous in PyeongChang. We’ll recall that Lewis Irving ended 2017 with a splash, earning his first World Cup podium in Secret Garden, China.

The qualifiers will be held in the afternoon (Moscow time), followed by the finals at 8:00 p.m. The complete FIS World Cup schedule in Moscow is available here.

 

Athletes participating in this event:

Olivier Rochon (Gatineau, Qc), Lewis Irving (Quebec City, Qc), Catrine Lavallée (Montreal, Qc)

 

Upcoming events (January)

  • FIS World Cup – January 5-6 – Calgary – Moguls
  • FIS World Cup – January 10-11 – Deer Valley – Moguls
  • FIS World Cup – January 10-12 – Snowmass – Halfpipe
  • FIS World Cup – January 11-13 – Snowmass – Slopestyle
  • FIS World Cup – January 12 – Deer Valley – Aerials
  • FIS World Cup – January 18-19 – Mammoth – Halfpipe
  • FIS World Cup – January 19-20 – Lake Placid – Aerials
  • FIS World Cup – January 19-20 – Mammoth – Slopestyle
  • FIS World Cup – January 20 – Tremblant – Moguls
  • X Games – January 25 – Aspen – Halfpipe
  • X Games – January 27-28 – Aspen - Slopestyle

REPEAT PERFORMANCES AS MIKAËL KINGSBURY TOPS PODIUM AND ANDI NAUDE TAKES THIRD

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