Canada's Megan Farrell narrowly misses podium at snowboard worlds in Slovenia
Russia's Sofia Nadyrshina wins gold
Canada's Megan Farrell finished just off the podium Tuesday, placing fourth in a women's parallel slalom race at the FIS snowboard world championships in Slovenia.
The Bracebridge, Ont., native finished with a score of 59.53.
Sofia Nadyrshina of Russia captured gold with a score of 58.13, followed by Germany's Ramona Theresia Hofmeister (58.25), and Selina Joerg (59.13).
Toronto's Jennifer Hawkrigg finished 18th with a score of 1:01.21.
WATCH | Sofia Nadyrshina stands atop parallel slalom podium:
The fourth-place finish for Farrell comes one day after an eighth-place performance in women's giant slalom. Joerg struck gold in that race, followed by Nadyrshina and Austria's Julia Dujmovitz.
WATCH | Farrell finishes 4th at snowboard world championships:
On the men's side, Arnaud Gaudet had Canada's best finish parallel slalom, tied for 17th with a score of 55.91.
Benjamin Karl and Andreas Prommegger won gold and silver for Austria, respectively, followed by Dmitry Loginov of Russia.
WATCH | Benjamin Karl of Austria wins big in men's parallel slalom:
Darren Gardner (Burlington, Ont.) was 21st with a score of 56.27.