Lewis Irving landed on the third step of the podium in Krasnoyarsk, Russia at the FIS World Cup on Sunday.

The Canadian skier caught some serious air to put up a final score of 116.29 to capture bronze in the men’s aerials competition. Ahead of him was host-country Russia’s Pavel Krotov in second with 124.43 and Switzerland’s Noe Roth, who won the event with 127.40 points.

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This is Irving’s second World Cup medal of the season. Just a few weeks ago, he earned a silver on the slopes at the Belarus World Cup.

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Thanks to Irving’s silver, Canada will be leaving the FIS World Cup with two medals in tow, adding to Mikael Kingsbury’s gold medal in moguls on Saturday.