Marion Thénault won her first-career World Cup gold on Saturday. The 20-year-old topped the podium at the FIS Freestyle World Cup in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Thénault put up a score of 89.88 in women’s aerials points to win the competition. She finished ahead of Russia’s Liubov Nikitina (86.36) and host-country’s, Zhanbota Aldabergenova of Kazakhstan (84.99), who claimed silver and bronze.

Thénault has had a breakout season on the slopes. Following today’s competition, she was named the FIS Rookie of the Year after finishing third overall in the 2020-2021 season standings.

The Sherbrooke, Quebec native reached the World Cup podium for the first time this season with a bronze in Moscow.

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On the men’s side, Lewis Irving earned his third bronze medal of the season in his respective aerials competition. He scored 113.28 points to reach the third step of the podium.

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The Quebec City native stood alongside Swiss freestyle skiers Pirmin Werner in first (121.72) and Nicolas Gygax (119.46) in second.