Canada’s Mikaël Kingsbury captures moguls silver for eighth World Cup medal of season

Canada’s Mikaël Kingsbury has collected one more World Cup medal, taking silver in males’s moguls in Deer Valley, Utah, on Friday.

Kingsbury completed with 82.84 factors, simply behind Ikuma Horishima of Japan, who scored 84.04. Sweden’s Walter Wallberg got here in third with 79.62 factors.

Quebec City’s Laurent Dumais completed eighth, adopted by Brendan Kelly of Pemberton, B.C., in ninth and Gabriel Dufresne of Joliette, Que., in tenth.

It was Kingsbury’s second medal in two days, coming after he made his one hundredth World Cup podium look Thursday with a gold-medal efficiency.

WATCH | Kingsbury takes residence moguls silver at Deer Valley World Cup:

Moguls medal 101 for Canada’s Kingsbury

Canada’s Mikaël Kingsbury captured his one hundred and first profession World Cup freestyle moguls medal Friday taking residence a silver medal at Deer Valley, Utah. 2:06

The 29-year-old from Deux-Montagnes, Que., has eight World Cup medals this season, together with six gold.

He is the reigning Olympic champion in males’s moguls and will be a favorite when he heads to his third Winter Games in Beijing subsequent month.

WATCH | Kingsbury wins World Cup moguls gold:

Mikael Kingsbury grabs moguls gold for one hundredth profession World Cup podium

The Canadian king of moguls provides one other victory to his illustrious resume with one other world-class, World Cup efficiency. 3:36

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