Canadian snowboarder Sebastien Toutant captured a silver medal within the males’s slopestyle occasion on the world championships in Aspen, Colo., on Friday.
Later, fellow Canadians Rachael Karker and Simon d’Artois additionally snagged silver within the ski halfpipe occasion.
Finland’s Rene Rinnekangas was third.
Max Parrot of Bromont, Que., was sixth, Mark McMorris of Regina forty second and Liam Brearley of Gravenhurst, Ont., forty sixth.
WATCH | Sébastien Toutant exhibits out with silver medal end in FIS Snowboard worlds slopestyle occasion:
Toutant received gold in huge air on the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics and was eleventh in slopestyle.
Additionally on Friday, Zoi Sadowski Synnott of New Zealand received the ladies’s slopestyle occasion.
Laurie Blouin of Quebec Metropolis was twelfth, Brooke Voigt of Fort McMurray, Alta., thirteenth and Jasmine Baird of Georgetown, Ont., twenty second.
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Canadians have been additionally profitable in ski halfpipe.
Karker, of Erin, Ont., recovered from the worst rating of the day in her first run — an 8.5 — to attain over 87 in her closing two, together with a 91.75 to safe silver.
It was the 23-year-old’s first profession world championship podium in her first try.
China’s Gu Eileen Ailing captured gold with a profitable rating of 93 whereas Nice Britain’s Zoe Atkin rounded out the rostrum with a bronze-medal rating of 90.5.
Calgary’s Amy Fraser didn’t qualify for the ultimate and completed ninth general.
WATCH | Karker earns silver at 1st world championships:
On the boys’s aspect, Whistler, B.C., native Simon d’Artois authored an analogous story to Karker, recovering from a tough first run to earn silver at 91.25.
Additionally like Karker, d’Artois, 29, landed a medal in his first world championships. He additionally owns 5 podium finishes at World Cups, the final coming in 2019.
New Zealand’s Nico Porteous earned the nation’s first-ever freestyle ski world title at 94.5, whereas American Birk Irving introduced dwelling bronze at 89.75.
Canadians Brendan MacKay and Noah Bowman completed seventh and ninth, respectively.
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