Galmarini triumph in snowboarding in Austria

Photo: Sebastian Pucher / Austria OUT / Agence France-Presse
Galmarini has triumphed in the super final in front of the Slovenian Rok Marguc, while the Austrian and local hero Alexander Pay won the small final against team-mate Marguc, Zan Kosir.

Switzerland’s Nevin Galmarini won the parallel giant slalom at the world Cup of snowboarding Lackenhof, Friday, while snowboarders canadians have had many setbacks.

 

Galmarini has triumphed in the super final in front of the Slovenian Rok Marguc, while the Austrian and local hero Alexander Pay won the small final against team-mate Marguc, Zan Kosir.

 

The representatives of the maple leaf flag were not able to pass the qualifications. The Quebec Jasey-Jay Anderson, Sebastien Beaulieu, and Jules Lefebvre, respectively, have finished 25th, 31st and 39th, while their team-mate ontario Darren Gardner finished 38th. For his part, Richard Evanoff was not able to complete the test.

 

In the general classification, Galmarini leads with a crop of 2660 points. It has a cushion to 150 points on italy’s Roland Fischnaller, who took 10th place in Friday, and 770 on the Russian Andrey Sobolev. Beaulieu is the 36th level, and Anderson is the 39th.

 

For the ladies, things did get much better place for the Canadian. Megan Farrell, Kaylie Buck and Katrina Gerencser has finished 39th, 45th, and 47th, in the order.

 

The race was won by the Czech Ester Ledecka, ahead of Austrian’s Julia Dujmovits. The Swiss Jenny Ladino took the third place.

 

The riders will now in Bad Gastein, Austria, on January 12 to take part in slaloms in parallel male and female.

 

To a month of the opening ceremony of the olympic Games to Pyeongchang, the fate of the boarders canadian is not yet sealed.

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