Jennie-Lee Burmansson, 17, made a comeback just over a month ago after missing the entire last season due to a severe cruciate ligament injury.
Last week it was time for her World Cup competition, when she turned six in French Font Romeu.Went stable
And today she was on the starting line, when it was time for the Youth Olympics in Lausanne.
Burmansson impressed, and showed a stable ride in all three rides. She was in second place after both the first and the second. The first ride gave 88.50 points, and the second 90. In both rides she was extremely stable, but did quite simple tricks, without taking any major risks.Sildaru won
In the third and final round, however, she lost the silver medal, when Chinese Ailing Eileen Gu, after an impressive run with a higher difficulty than Burmansson received 93.25 points.
Won did Estonian prodigy Kelly Sildaru, with 93.75 points.