The lastest IWWF World Rankings list has been released, and there are several Aussie skiers really making a mark.
In Women’s Jump, Jacinta Carroll finds herself ranked second – behind Natallia Berdknikava (BLR) – despite battling recent injury. In her first major event back, Jacinta came second at the US Masters held during late May. Maj Lund Jepsen (DEN) is ranked third.
In Men’s Jump, Tim Bradstreet find himself ranked 6th. Freddy Krueger (USA) is still number one, in front of fellow Americans Zach Worden and Scot Ellis.
In Women’s Slalom, America’s Regina Jaquess is in first place ahed of Canada’s Whitney McClintock. Australia’s Karina Nowlan rounds out the top three after an excellent Southern Hemisphere summer and good start to the US season.
Men’s Slalom sees Chris Parish and his US team-mate Nate Smith first and second respectively, with Italian Thomas Degasperi third. The top ranked Australian is National Champion and Australian record holder Nick Adams in 19th spot.
Women’s Trick sees Clementine Lucine (FRA), Natallia Berdknikava (BLR) and Iris Cambray (FRA) 1,2 & 3. Australians Michale Briant (12th) and Cathryn Humphrey (15th) are the top locals.
Although still eligible to ski in Under 17s, Josh Briant (16th) finds himself ahead of Australians Ryan Green (20) and Joel Wing (23) on the Men’s Trick list. Nicolas Le Forestier (FRA) is number one, followed by Aliaksei Zharnasek (BLR) and Jimmy Siemers (USA).
In Women’s Overall, Jaquess is in top spot followed by Berdknikava and Lucine.
In Men’s Overall, Jaret Llewellyn (CAN) is ranked number one, in front of Javier Julio (ARG) and Felipe Miranda (CHI).