Kevin Drury is bringing home the silver medal from the FIS Ski Cross World Cup in Sunny Valley, Russia on Sunday.

Drury had a rocket start out of the gate to finish the race behind Marc Bischofberger of Switzerland, while Arnaud Bovolenta of France rounded out the podium with bronze.

Fellow Canadian, Brady Leman finished just off the podium with a fourth place finish.

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In the beginning of February, Drury captured a notable gold in France. He now celebrates 768 points in the World Cup standings. This puts him 314 points ahead of Switzerland’s Ryan Regez.

With only one competition remaining this season, it’s safe to assume Drury is the Ski Cross World Cup overall winner of the season and he will claim the Crystal Globe.

The final World Cup event of the season is March 14 in Veysonnaz, Sweden.