Matt Graham wins bronze at FIS World Cup aerials in Calgary

Matt Graham. Photo credit Fis-Ski.com 2017

Aussie mogul skier, Matt Graham, won bronze today in Calgary, adding to team mate, Britt Cox’s gold podium in the ladies.

Graham qualified 9th for the finals going on to third in the first finals with a score of 82.65 then 83.23 in final two putting him in third place behind Dmitriy Reikherd (Kaz) in silver and Mikael Kingsbury (Canada) with gold and a score of 89.55.

Britt Cox currently holds the yellow bib on the leaderboard and number one in the world and Matt Graham sits in third place.

Photo credit OWIA

More to come as Australia’s PyeongChang contenders hit Deer Valley FIS World Cup this week in moguls and aerials plus the halfpipe at Snowmass in Aspen. Stay tuned as we report live from Deer Valley this week.

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Rachael is the name behind @misssnowitall and the founder of SnowsBest.com. A long time journalist and ski writer, she's been published in ESPN Freeskiing, TIME, Powderhound, Sydney Morning Herald, Action Asia, Inside Sport, Australian Financial Review, Emirates Open Skies, Conde Nast and more.

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