The season's ultimate ladies' slopestyle competition of the FIS Snowboard World cup tour has concluded with an historical win at Seiser Alm, Italy today.
Caroline Clair (USA) and Nick Goepper (USA) took victories in the final FIS Freeski World Cup event of 2017/2018 in Seiser Alm (ITA), with Jennie-Lee Burmansson (SWE) and Andri Ragettli (SUI) wrapping up the season with the slopestyle crystal globes in hand after finishing tops in the overall ranking.
The fate of four of the six crystal globes will be decided during the upcoming FIS Cross-Country World Cup finals presented by Viessmann in Falun (SWE) from 16th-18th March 2018.
Kamil Stoch, who took a dominant win on Tuesday in Lillehammer, was also the best in the qualification at the third stop of the RAW AIR 2018 in Trondheim.
Lindsey Vonn won her 82nd World Cup race on Wednesday during the World Cup Finals in Åre, Sweden, but her efforts proved just three points shy of overtaking Sofia Goggia in the downhill discipline standings. Goggia claimed her career-first crystal globe with the downhill discipline title after finishing second in the standings the previous season.
Olympic Downhill Champion Sofia Goggia (ITA) won the ladies’ downhill title by three points, despite finishing second to Lindsey Vonn (USA) at the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals in Are (SWE) on Wednesday. Downhill World Champion Beat Feuz (SUI) took the globe on the men’s side over Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR).
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