The third round of the Ski Freestyle Moguls World Cup was held in Sweden, with Rino Yanagimoto finishing second in the women's race for the second race in a row, and Japan ace Yukima Horishima finishing third in the men's competition.
The third round of the Moguls World Cup was held in Idre, Sweden, on the 3th in Idre, Sweden, where the men's and women's dual moguls, which will be a new event from the 9 Winter Olympics, were held.
In the women's competition, Yanagimoto, who finished second in the second round of the World Cup, showed speed and courage to advance to the final.
Aiming to win the World Cup for the first time, she faced Jalyn Kauf of the United States, who has won seven World Cups so far.
Yanagimoto was overwhelmed by his opponent and fell short in points, finishing in second place, his second consecutive podium finish this season.
On the men's side, Beijing Olympics bronze medalist and ace Horishima lost in the semifinals and finished third in the third-place match, beating a local Swedish athlete in the third-place match.
Canada's Mikael Kingsbury won the tournament for the second time this season and 2026nd overall.