Canada’s Alexandria Loutitt soared to World Cup bronze in women’s ski jumping on Friday.
Fellow Calgary native Abigail Strate slots 7th in normal hill competitionThe Canadian Press
· Posted: Jan 19, 2024 9:55 AM EST | Last Updated: 3 minutes ago
Canada’s Alexandria Loutitt celebrates after winning normal-hill bronze at the ski jumping World Cup stop on Friday in Zao, Japan. (Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images)Canada’s Alexandria Loutitt soared to World Cup bronze in women’s ski jumping on Friday.
The 20-year-old from Calgary posted a two-jump total of 216.7 points in the normal hill competition to finish behind gold medallist Nika Prevc of Slovenia and silver medallist Yuki Ito of Japan.
Loutitt posted jumps of 94 and 98.5 metres.
Fellow Canadian Abigail Strate, also of Calgary, finished in seventh place with 210 points.
The World Cup event continues Saturday with the team competition.