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After finishing second in the aerial skiing World Cup title chase on four occasions, Lydia Lassila has finally broken through to win her first crystal globe.Lassila claimed bronze in the final event of the season in Moscow overnight,
Lydia Lassila’s hopes of a World Cup aerial skiing title rest on a head-to-head battle with Chinese rival Nina Li in the middle of Moscow next weekend. Meanwhile a silver medal to Nathan Johnstone has led three top six results in Italy by Australian halfpipe snowboarders.
Lydia Lassila has reinforced her position as the world’s number one aerial skier, winning her second event of the season in Mont Gabriel, Canada.Competing in minus 18 degree temperatures and blinding sunlight, Lassila qualified in second place on 93.94 points behind Nina Li on 97.46 points.
Lydia Lassila has added a bronze medal to the gold she won in the opening round of the 20008/09 Freestyle World Cup, and holds the number one aerial skiing world ranking as the season heads into the Christmas break.But the weekend in China has ended less happily for Australian Institute of Sport team-mate Jacqui Cooper,
After crashing out of the Turin Winter Olympics in devastating fashion, Australian aerial skier Lydia Ierodiaconou has her sights firmly set on the 2010 Vancouver Games.
Freestyle aerialist, Lydia Ierodiaconou faces a second knee reconstruction after tearing the ACL graft in her left knee whilst landing her second jump during qualifying at Sauze d’Oulx.
Freestyle aerialist, Lydia Ierodiaconou faces a second reconstruction on her left knee after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) graft whilst landing her second jump during qualifying at Sauze d’Oulx.