Then let’s not forget about Sweden’s young guns Walter Wallberg and Albin Holmgren as well as Canada’s duo of Kerrian Chunlaud and Gabriel Dufresne, who will be looking to push for a a good result in front of the home crowd.
On the women’s side of the event Jakara Anthony of Australia will try to extend her lead in the World Cup ranking following her very successful start into 2021/22. Anthony finished on the podium in each of five competitions staged so far in the season and she is coming off of a back-to-back victories on a challenging course in Alpe d’Huez (FRA). Without a doubt she is a huge favourite for victory at Mont Tremblant.
But to do that she will have to edge out her biggest rivals: Anri Kawamura (JPN), Perrine Laffont (FRA), Tess Johnson (USA) and Olivia Giaccio (USA), the moguls World the moguls World Cup top-5 up to this point of the season.
The qualifications on Friday and Saturday are set to start with women at 9:05 local time and men following up at 11:20. The finals on both days will go down at 14:00.
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