Marielle Thompson of British Columbia secures third consecutive World Cup ski cross gold

Canadian Skier Marielle Thompson Wins Third Consecutive World Cup Gold Medal

On Sunday, Marielle Thompson of Canada won her third consecutive gold medal in the World Cup women’s ski cross competition in Georgia. This victory marks the fourth out of five races for the reigning Olympic silver medallist, who hails from Whistler, B.C.

Thompson attributed her success to learning from past experiences and focusing on skiing cleanly throughout the competition. She emphasized the importance of a strong start and emphasized the need to be quick and powerful out of the gate.

France’s Marielle Berger Sabbatel and Switzerland’s Talina Gantenbein joined Thompson on the podium, taking home the silver and bronze medals, respectively. India Sherret of Cranbrook, B.C., finished in fourth place in the final race.

The Canadian Press reported on Thompson’s success in the World Cup event, highlighting her impressive track record that now includes 29 career wins and 65 podium appearances in her 132nd World Cup start.

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