Galysheva, Kolmakov, Reiherd through to finals of Freestyle Ski World Cup
The Ski World Cup finals are scheduled for 18 January.
Lake Placid, New York is currently holding the Freestyle Ski World Cup, with Kazakh Yulia Galysheva, Pavel Kolmakov and Dmitriy Reiherd getting through to the finals, the National Olympic Committee of Kazakhstan has informed.
Winter Olympics 2018 bronze winner in freestyle skiing Yulia Galysheva has advanced to the final of the Freestyle Ski World Cup taking place in the village of Lake Placid, the New York state – 75.24 points. French Perrine Laffont finished second – 75.22 points, and Australian Jakara Anthony was third (74.21).
Another Kazakh skier Ayaulym Amrenova finished 35th.
Kazakh skiers Pavel Kolmakov and Dmitriy Reiherd got through the qualifying stage. Kolmakov demonstrated the second result, with 82.51 points, 1.46 points behind Canadian Mikaël Kingsbury (83.97). French Benjamin Cavet was third.
Reiherd was fifth, with 79.82 points.
16 best mogul skiers are qualified for the first final, the best six skiers advance to the second final where the winners of the World Cup stage are defined. The finals are scheduled for 18 January.