Oskar Kwiatkowski snatched a big win at the second World Cup competition within two weeks. Thanks to the splendid performance in Blue Mountain, Canada, he became the new leader of this year’s Snowboard World Cup on Friday.
Kwiatkowski has once again proved that he belongs to the world's top riders. Two weeks ago, he won the
competition in Scuol, Italy. On Thursday, meanwhile, he took his place on the lowest step of the podium
in Blue Mountain. The Canadian resort brought the Pole good luck, as he made it all the way to the finals
The Pole came ahead of Daniele Bagozza of Italy, Korean snowboarder Lee Sang-Ho and Masaki Shiba of Japan. In the final he faced Alexander Payer. The triumph was to be decided by only one race so there was no room for error. The Pole outpaced the Austrian by exactly 0.14 seconds.
Two podiums in two days for Oskar Kwiatkowski in Blue Mountain 🇨🇦. After finishing in third place yesterday, Kwiatkowski stepped things up a notch today, taking the win against Alexander Payer and claiming his second top spot of the season. Way to go Oskar! 🇵🇱 🤜🤛#shredthenorth pic.twitter.com/R1k6iKwXUG— fissnowboard (@fissnowboard) January 27, 2023
Aleksandra Król wywalczyła 4⃣ miejsce w Pucharze Świata w slalomie gigancie równoległym w Blue Mountain🔝 W małym finale nasza snowboardzistka przegrała z Austriaczką Danielą Ulbing.— Polski Związek Narciarski (@pzn_pl) January 27, 2023
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