The winning streak continues for moguls superstar Jenn Heil of Spruce Grove, Alta.
The 2006 Olympic moguls champion won her fourth consecutive FIS Freestyle World Cup of the season and 25th World Cup of her career with a convincing performance Saturday night. Teammate Alex Bilodeau of Rosemère, Que., captured the bronze medal in the men’s moguls final.
Heil, 26, who resides in Montreal, won back-to-back moguls events in Calgary’s Canada Post Grand Prix last week, then followed up with two victories here.
The fourth straight World Cup triumph also represents the second longest streak of her career, having won six straight World Cups in 2006-07.
“I can feel my skiing’s coming together, but I’m far from where I can be,” said Heil in her continuing build-up to next month’s Vancouver Winter Olympics.
“I can still improve on everything. I’m still not skiing at my maximum capacity. But I’m really happy with the direction I’m going.”
Her third straight win came when she tied Heather McPhie of the United States in the World Cup here Thursday.
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