The first medals in dual moguls were awarded at the FIS Junior World Champs 2021 in Krasnoyarsk Victoria Lazarenko (Russia) and Shima Kawaoka (Japan) became the winners.
16 strongest athletes among ladies and men were determined after qualification, and they went to the final part of the competition.
Victoria Lazarenko who is the silver medalist of the 2021 World Freestyle Championships in dual moguls won in the final competitions among women: “The final today was unpredictable, the plot was thickening till the very last minute. But I really wanted to win and knew that it would be so. Next year I want to perform even better! “
The second place was taken by Haruka Nakao (Japan).
Anastasia Smirnova from Russia and Anri Kawamura from Japan, who won the gold medal in the moguls yesterday, now competed in the small final. As a result, the bronze medal went to Anastasia Smirnova, the winner of the 2021 Freestyle World Championship in dual moguls: “I will take into account my mistakes and next time I will fight for the first place. Of course, I could have done better. I will continue to work! “
Shima Kawaoka (Japan) turned out to be the strongest among young men today. The second was Artem Shuldyakov, who won bronze at yesterday’s individual competitions. The top three was closed by Russian Vyacheslav Novikov, who admitted after the final that he was a little upset with his result: “Bronze medal is cool, but I want more. I will continue to work. Today everyone has done their best. Of course, it’s a shame for the big final, but we all done well. “
Tomorrow, on March 23, within the framework of the FIS Junior World Champs 2021, freestylers will compete for medals in Big Air, as well as in qualifications, semifinal and final in snowboard cross; in the evening snowboarders will determine the strongest in half-pipe.