In her previous 15 home matches in this major, Jasir had always reached the podium, but never made it as high a score.
Double Olympic champion Anna Jasser She hit her first home victory in Big Air at the Snowboard World Cup on Saturday. The Carinthians beat Kreischberg with 179.75 points ahead of Zoi Sadowski Synnott from New Zealand (176.5). In her previous 15 home matches in this major, Jasir had always reached the podium, but never made it as high a score. In 2017, the best female athlete of Austria won the Swimming World Cup in Styria.
Jasir was elated after the success. “I am very happy to win in front of a home crowd,” said the 31-year-old. “It was one of the best finals I have ever been in.” ORFInterview and interesting good atmosphere in the crowded end zone. “I felt the energy, I felt the people giving me wings. I knew I had to take risks and show my best jumps. I’m glad it worked and the judges rewarded it.”
In the men’s category, Japan’s Taiga Hasegawa (186) achieved his first World Cup victory, ahead of compatriots Ryoma Kimata (182.5) and Kira Kimura (181.75). The Austrian team had already missed out on qualifying by the decision on Friday.
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