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Tsubaki Miki won the first victory of the season at the European Championship

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Tsubaki Miki, who belongs to our company, participated in “FIS SNOWBOARD EUROPEAN CUP SIMONHOEHE” held in SIMONHOEHE (Austria) on January 16th and 17th, 2021.

 

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Photo: January 16th (Sat) Award Ceremony Provided by: Tsubaki Miki

 

■ January 16th (Sat)  [WOMANS PGS (Parallel Giant Slalom)]
[Qualifying]

・ 55 people from all over the world entered this race.
・ The top 16 players from the Red Course and Blue Course will advance to the final tournament.
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* From Japan, Tsubaki Miki, Emi Sato, and Asa Toyoda will participate.
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(Qualifying)
1st: Blue course 34.88 seconds
2nd: Red course 36.31 seconds

Total time: 1: 11.19 seconds to pass 1st place in qualifying
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* Only the top 16 players (32 in total) from each course (red & blue) can advance to the second qualifying run.
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【 Final 】

・ The final is a tournament system in which the player who finishes early wins, not the time.
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* The tournament will be organized so that the top and bottom qualifiers will compete in the first match. (Example: 16th vs 1st)
Therefore, Tsubaki is 1st in qualifying, so she will play against the 16th in qualifying.
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(1/8 FINAL: Best 16)
Played against Darina Klink (Russia) and won by 0.63 seconds.

(1/4 FINAL: Quarterfinals)
Played against Megan Farrell (Canada) and won by 0.20 seconds.

(1/2 FINAL: Semifinal)
Played against Michelle Dekker (Netherlands) and won by 9.99 seconds.

(BIG FINAL: Final)
Played against Aleksandra Król (Poland) and won by 0.54 seconds.
(Official Results)
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1st
Tsubaki Miki (2003) / Japan

2nd
Aleksandra Król (1990) / Poland

3rd
Sabine Schöffmann (1992) / Austria
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* Quoted from FIS | International Ski Federation website

 

 

■ January 17th (Sun)  [WOMANS PGS (Parallel Giant Slalom)]

[Qualifying]
・ 46 people from all over the world entered this race.
・ The top 16 players from the Red Course and Blue Course will advance to the final tournament.
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* From Japan, Tsubaki Miki, Emi Sato, and Asa Toyoda will participate.
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(Qualifying)
1st: Blue course 34.66 seconds
2nd: Red course 33.54 seconds

Total time: Passed 5th place in qualifying in 1: 08.20 seconds
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* Only the top 16 players (32 in total) from each course (red & blue) can advance to the second qualifying run.
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【 Final 】
・ The final is a tournament system in which the player who finishes early wins, not the time.
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* The tournament will be organized so that the top and bottom qualifiers will compete in the first match. (Example: 16th vs 1st)
Therefore, Tsubaki is 5th in qualifying, so she will play against the 12th in qualifying.
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(1/8 FINAL)
Played against Kaylie Buck (Canada) and won by 1.18 seconds.

(1/4 FINAL: Quarterfinals)
She played against Aleksandra Król (Poland), who played against Tsubaki in the final yesterday, and was eliminated by 0.28 seconds.
(Official Results)
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1st
Michelle Dekker (1996) / Netherlands

2nd
Megan Farrell (1990) / Canada

3rd
Sabine Schöffmann (1992) / Austria

5th
Tsubaki Miki (2003) / Japan
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* Quoted from FIS | International Ski Federation website

 
The European Championship, which finished second in PSL (Parallel Slalom) last season.
Although this year was not a victory on both days, it was the first race of the season to win.

 

The next race will be the 30th World Cup in Moscow (WOMANS PSL: Women’s Slalom).
Do your best to reach the podium at the World Cup! Tsubaki!

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