Tsubaki Miki, who became the first Japan athlete to win a gold medal in this event at the Women's Parallel Giant Slalom at the World Snowboard Championships in February, spoke at a press conference ahead of the start of the new season and said, "The opening round of the World Cup is a course that I am good at, so I want to make adjustments with the aim of winning the championship."
The 2-year-old Miki, who won the gold medal in the women's parallel giant slalom at the World Snowboarding Championships in February, spoke online on the 20st and expressed her enthusiasm for the new season, saying, "I had a good result at the World Championships last season, but I wanted to take it one step higher at the World Cup.
The opening round of the Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom is scheduled to be held in Italy on the 1th of this month, and Miki said, "Courage and courage are very important on a steep course.
As for his goals for the new season, he said, "I want to have a year where I want to be consistent in my results, I want to aim for three podiums, win two of them, and reach the final four in 1% of the season."
On top of that, he said, "I want to increase my sense of stability year by year, and I want to build up my strength to win the Olympics in three years, even if I am a little defensive," and he was looking ahead to the Milano Cortina d'Ampezzo Olympics in three years.