On day one, Youth Olympic Games Gold Medallist Josie Baff made her World Cup debut and was the highest place Australian finisher in 15th position. Baff’s NSWIS teammates Adam Dickson made it through to the quarter-final round finishing in 16th place, with Adam Lambert in 25th.
On day two, Dickson was in great form winning his heat in the round of 32 and 16 to make it through to the semi-final stage for the first time this season.
In the semi-final, Dickson was in third position half way down the course, but mistimed a feature which took him out of the heat.
Dickson then competed in the consolation small final, where he placed fourth to give him a final ranking of eighth place, his best result of the season.
Adam Lambert finished third in his round of 32 heat to finish in 17th place. Baff did not start on day two.
Unfortunately, Belle Brockhoff sustained an injury during official training and had to withdraw from both days of competition and will conclude her season.
The final World Cup of the season will take place in Veysonnaz, Switzerland, on March 20. The event will be a reduced field with just the top 16 women and top 32 men in action.
Adam Lambert and Adam Dickson have both qualified to compete in the World Cup final, sitting in 21st and 25th place respective on the standings.
2018 Olympic silver medallist Jarryd Hughes is currently the third reserve in 35th place, after only racing in one World Cup event this season.
IMAGE: Adam Dickson (green bib) dropping from the start gate in Bakurian © FIS