Kingsbury cements World Cup moguls title with gold in Almaty
Canadian can finish season sweep with dual moguls, overall titles on Saturday
Mikaël Kingsbury is on top of the moguls mountain once again.
The 30-year-old freestyle skier from Deux-Montagnes, Que., navigated the course in Almaty, Kazakhstan, en route to a gold medal on Friday.
Kingsbury (85.67) was joined on the podium by Kazakhstan's Pavel Kolmakov (78.72), and Australia's Matt Graham (78.42).
WATCH | Kingsbury captures World Cup moguls gold:
Prior to the race, Kingsbury had already clinched the moguls discipline title, as well as the overall title. One Crystal Globe is still up for grabs this weekend.
Kingsbury will look to claim the dual moguls season title when he compete's in the season's final event on Saturday. That competition will be streamed live on CBCSports.ca, the CBC Sports app, and on CBC Gem.
"I'm super happy with my win today, it wasn't easy in these conditions. The door was open for the super final win, so I just wanted to have a clean run. I'm very happy to leave with the globe in singles; tomorrow I'll focus on the duals," Kingsbury said in a release.
"I'm going to give it my all, this will be the last race of the season so I'm going to empty the tank. I'm not skiing to win a globe tomorrow; I'm skiing to win the event. One duel at a time, I feel good and I know I can be fast here."
WATCH | Kingsbury hoists moguls Crystal Globe:
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