Tue, 09 Mar 2021

MOSCOW, Jan. 24 (Xinhua) -- The fourth individual FIS freestyle ski aerials World Cup finished in Moscow with Winter Vinecki of the United States claiming her career's first World Cup victory in the women's event, while Maxim Burov of Russia reached his fourth straight top spot in the men's competition.

The 22-year-old Vinecki scored 94.11 points in the super final and eventually won the women's contest. Second place went to Laura Peel as the Australian received a score of 92.72 points in the final. Canada's Marion Thenault finished in third place with 90.59 points

Peel maintained her top spot in the World Cup ranking, leading the way with 290 points after four events.

Burov was dominant in the men's competition as he had the highest score in every single round. The fan-favorite extended his winning streak to four consecutive World Cup victories after taking 126.26 points in the final.

The second place went to Chris Lillis of the United States with a score of 116.74 points. Noe Roth of Switzerland received 103.54 points to gain third place.

In the men's aerials World Cup standings, Burov led the way with a perfect score of 400 points.

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