Mikaël Kingsbury takes a bite of his two gold medals.Photo: Andrey Kulagin / FIS (Fédération internationale de ski)
Photo: Andrey Kulagin / FIS (Fédération internationale de ski)

Kingsbury wins dual moguls title at worlds in Almaty

For the second consecutive day, Mikaël Kingsbury landed at the top of the podium at the FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan—this time for dual moguls.

Joining him on the podium were Australian Matt Graham and Japan’s Ikuma Horishima in second and third, respectively.

Kingsbury has won the dual moguls title two times already, including at the most recent worlds in 2019. After winning yesterday’s medal, he now moves into top spot for most all-time world championship medals.

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Teammate Brendan Kelly was close to the podium in fourth, while Laurent Dumais finished in 11th.

For the women, Sofiane Gagnon finished just off the podium in fourth place. Sochi 2014 Olympic champion Justine Dufour-Lapointe was ninth, while sister Chloe finished in 19th.

Competition continues on Wednesday in Almaty with aerials.