Moscow bronze

Belarus’ top aerial skier, Maxim Gustik, wins bronze at World Cup round in Moscow

Belarus’ top aerial skier, Maxim Gustik, wins bronze at World Cup round in Moscow

Maxim was among the top six in the super-finals, receiving 120.36 points for his final jump, behind American Mac Bohonnon and Russia’s Ilya Burov: first and second respectively. Belarusian freestyler Stanislav Gladchenko successfully completed the qualification round but was dropped in first stage of the finals, while Denis Osipov failed to reach the selection stage, ending in 14th place (among 22).

Freestyler Anna Guskova finished fifth overall, being among the six super-finals participants.

Chinese Qi Guangpu currently leads overall, before the final seventh round of the World Cup, being held in Belarusian Raubichi Sports Complex on March 1st. Maxim Gustik is currently sixth, with his World Championship bronze. Denis Osipov is 10th and Stanislav Gladchenko is 20th. Among the women, Anna Guskova is 7th, followed by Alexandra Romanovskaya (8th) and Olga Kapustina (25th).

By Igor Leshin
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