France’s Perrine Laffont won the Mogul Skiing World Cup competition in Deer Valley, United States on Thursday, January 13, five days after her victory at Mont Tremblant, Canada.
New performance for Perrine Laffont, who has just won her 24th World Cup success.
With 80.20 points in the six-man mogul Skiing World Cup final, the Frenchwoman narrowly edged Japan’s Anri Kawamura (80.03) and Australia’s Jakara Anthony (79.84), who s’ was however shown dominating in qualifying and during the first run of the final.
Perrine Laffont has seized the yellow bib of leader of the World Cup and garnered confidence just three weeks before the Beijing Olympics (February 4-20).
With her 24th victory on the world circuit, the third this season, the reigning Olympic champion returns to the top after a difficult start to the season marked by less good results than usual, and by a heavy fall at Alpe d ‘ Boo in December.
The skiers follow up with a second competition this Friday in Deer Valley, the last before the Olympics.
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