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MAR13 2022

Tsubaki Miki Won the First victory at Snowboard World Cup!

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Tsubaki Miki, who belongs to our company participated in the “FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP” held in Piancavallo (Italy) on March 12th, 2022, and won the championship for the first time as the youngest player in Japanese history 18 years and 9 months old.

 

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Tsubaki won gold medal as the youngest in the history of women’s alpine snowboard!

 

 

(Race details)

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WOMAN ’s PS (Parallel Slalom)

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■ First qualifying (blue course)

33.31 seconds (6th place)

 

■ Second qualifying (red course)

34.06 seconds (2nd place)

 

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Qualifying total: 1: 07.37 seconds

Passed in 5th place in qualifying

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* The top 16 players from the two qualifying rounds can advance to the final tournament.

 

 

 

(Final tournament)

* In the final tournament, the player who finishes earlier is win, not the time competition.

 

■ 1/8 Final: Best 16 (Blue Course)

vs Claudia Leaguer (World Cup rank 19th)

 

Win by 0.05 seconds

 

 

 

■ Quarter final (red course)

vs Megan Farrell (World Cup rank 15th)

 

Win because the opponent was DNF (*)

* Do Not Finish: to abstain in the middle of the competition.

 

 

 

■ Semifinal (Red Course)

 

vs Ramona Theresia Hofmeister (3rd in World Cup rank)

 

▼ Race video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding official channel)

Win because the opponent was DNF

 

 

 

■ Big final (red course)

vs Julie Zock (2nd in World Cup rank)

 

▼ Race video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding official channel)

Both win in the same place

 

 

 

(result)

■ 1st place

■ Earned FIS points (Cup points): 1,000pt (100)

■ World Cup Ranking (as of 3/12)

・ PGS: 12th place (134pt)

・ PS: 2nd place (216pt)

・ Overall: 4th place (350pt)

 

▼ Award Ceremony Video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding Official Channel)

 

 

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS (quoted from FIS)

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1st place Tsubaki Miki (Japan / 2003)

1st place Julie Zogg (Switzerland / 1992)

3rd place Ramona Theresia Hofmeister (Germany / 1996)

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12th place Tomoka Takeuchi (Japan / 1983)

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23rd place Emi Sato (Japan / 1990)

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Number of players: 29

 

 

Thank you for your continued support.

 

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