Canada won double gold in the Great Snowboarding Game when Lori Plowen and Mark McMorris won their events at the World Figure Skating and Freestyle Championships in Aspen, Colorado on Tuesday.
Max Parratt of Bromont, Kew, finished third on the podium and second in the men in Canada.
Keon from Stoneham, KOO took the second gold of his career at the World Championships. She also won both worlds in slopestyle in 2017.
The 24-year-old Bloin, a silver medalist at the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang, scored 177.75 to beat 2021 World Champion (176.76) New Josander Zoe Sadowski Senot.
Look Gold rises:
Japanese Miyabi Onitsuka (174.75) won the bronze medal.
Reginas McMorris received 179.25 points, while Parrot received 178.25 points.
Marcus Cleveland of Norway, the 2021 men’s figure skating champion (176.25), finished third.
The 27-year-old McMorris won two Olympic bronze medals in strange style.
Beobachten | Gold McMorris in Aspen:
Look Parrot on parrot silver:
Canadian Edouard Theriault had previously won his first medal at the World Championships and won silver at the Frisky Big Air event.
Kuwait-born Lauren finished two points behind the gold medal, surpassing Sved Ollior Magnusson, who was the final contender to take the third and final jump, scoring 185.25.
He was followed by Swiss Kim Goeber, who finished the year with 180.75 points.
Canada’s Evan McEachren finished fifth with a score of 178.75.
Look Quebec native Edward Theriault won silver in the premier aerial skating competition at the world premiere:
In the women’s category, Canadian Megan Oldham finished fourth with 158.75 points.
Look Ontario native Megan Oldham is fourth behind medal hopes:
Russian Anastasia Tutlina blew the competition en route to the gold medal with 184.50. Behind him, Russian Lana Prosakova with 165.50 and Chinese Ellen Joe, won bronze with 161.50.
Look Russian Anastasia Tutlina blew the sky in competition on her way to her first professional championship medal: