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MAR17 2022

Tsubaki Miki won the runner-up at World Cup Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom!

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Tsubaki Miki, who belongs to our company participated in “FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP” held at Rogla (Slovenia)on March 16, 2022, and won the runner-up. This was her first podium in the Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom in World Cup.

 

 

 

(Race details)

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WOMAN ’s PGS (Parallel Giant Slalom)

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■ First qualifying (blue course)

32.68 seconds (2nd place)

 

■ Second qualifying (red course)

33.68 seconds (1st place)

 

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Qualifying total: 1: 06.36 seconds

Passed in 3rd place in qualifying

 

▼ Top 3 Qualifying Players: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding Official Channel)

 

 

 

(Final tournament)

 

■ 1/8 Final: Best 16 (Red Course)

 

vs Megan Farrell (World Cup Rank 16th)

 

▼ Race video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding official channel)

 

Win by 1.01 seconds

 

 

 

■ Quarterfinal (Red Course)

 

vs Claudia Leaguer (18th in World Cup rank)

 

▼ Race video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding official channel)

 

Win by 0.28 seconds

 

 

 

■ Semifinal (Red Course)

 

vs Michelle Decker (14th in World Cup rank)

 

▼ Race video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding official channel)

 

Win because the opponent was DNF (*)

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

 

 

 

■ Big final (blue course)

 

vs Ramona Theresia Hofmeister (World Cup Rank 1st)

 

▼ Race video: YouTube (FIS Snowboarding official channel)

 

Lost by 0.79 seconds

 

 

 

(result)

■ 2nd place

■ Earned FIS points (Cup points): 800pt (80)

■ World Cup Ranking (as of 3/17)

・ PGS: 7th place (214pt)

・ PS: 2nd place (216pt)

・ Overall: 4th place (430pt)

 

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

 

 

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS (quoted from FIS)

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1st place Ramona Theresia Hofmeister (Germany / 1996)

2nd place Tsubaki Miki (Japan / 2003)

3rd place Michelle Dekker (Netherlands / 1996)

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12th place Tomoka Takeuchi (Japan / 1983)

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15th place Emi Sato (Japan / 1990)

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Number of players: 39

 

 

 

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