• Thaiwoo Duals see Wilson race to sixth place

    Thaiwoo Duals see Wilson race to sixth place0

    From FIS-ski reports The first dual moguls competition of the season took place on day two of the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup event in Thaiwoo with Jaelin Kauf of the United States and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada once again coming on top of the field to cap off an exciting weekend of moguls action

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  • Wilson places seventh in China World Cup event

    Wilson places seventh in China World Cup event0

    From FIS-Freestyle Ski reports The FIS Freestyle Ski moguls World Cup got right back to business on Saturday with Jaelin Kauf of the United States and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada taking victories in the first of back-to-back competitions scheduled for this weekend in China’s prime ski resort at Thaiwoo. Brad Wilson of Butte was the

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  • Finland beckons Wilson to World Cup slopes

    Finland beckons Wilson to World Cup slopes0

    Butte Olympian Brad Wilson was among the 58 entries set to launch the World Cup freestyle skiing men’s moguls circuit on Friday. The tour begins with the meet in Ruka, Finland, a competition at which both Wilson and his older brother, Bryon, have experienced success. Brad Wilson was a member of the 2016 United States

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  • Brad Wilson sweeps moguls titles at National Championships

    Brad Wilson sweeps moguls titles at National Championships0

    Butte mogulist Brad Wilson finished the freestyle season with a flourish as he swept the men’s national championships this weekend to encore his podium showing in last week’s World Cup finale. The 25-year-old Wilson, who just last month represented the United States as a member of the Team USA freestyle ski team at the Winter

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  • Kingsbury only mogulist to top Wilson in season finale

    Kingsbury only mogulist to top Wilson in season finale0

    MEGEVE, France — Sunday saw the 2017-18 moguls World Cup season come to a close on the snowy slopes of Megeve, where Jaelin Kauf of the United States and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada took the final victories of the season in an exciting dual moguls competition, and Kingsbury and Perrine Laffont of France walked away

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  • Wilson reaches podium with bronze in finale

    Wilson reaches podium with bronze in finale0

    Brad Wilson of Butte captured the bronze medal Sunday in the men’s World Cup dual moguls event at Megeve, France, in the last World Cup event of the freestyle moguls skiing season. The two-time Olympian finished in third place behind World Cup leader Mikael Kingsbury of Canada and runner-up Benjamin Cavet of France. Jaelin Kauf

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