Snowboard: Gasser extended the Big Air series in Edmonton

Snowboard: Gasser extended the Big Air series in Edmonton
Anna Gasser
Image: GEPA pictures/Oliver Lerch

The double Olympic champion from Carinthia extended her impressive series. At her 18th World Cup start in this discipline, she made it onto the podium for the 18th time. The omens in Canada were unfavorable.

“It wasn’t an easy week for me, so I’m really happy about this third place. I was a bit in poor health and then I had a bad fall in training before qualifying, which really affected me,” said Gasser.

She therefore played it safe when choosing tricks (Backside Double Cork 1080, Cab Double Underflip 900). “There was also some tactics involved, luckily it was enough for third place. I’m super happy to be on the podium again after a difficult week in Canada.”

Last Saturday, Gasser won the Big Air World Cup in Beijing at her personal start to the season. The victory in Canada went to New Zealand’s Zoi Sadowski Synnott (183.25 points) ahead of Great Britain’s Mia Brookes (167.00). Gasser got 159.25 points. In the men’s category, the Japanese Taiga Hasegawa (181.00) triumphed, while Clemens Millauer (46th) was eliminated from the qualification.

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