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CHANGCHUN, China (Dec. 16) - U.S. aerialists had two top-5s and two other top-10s Friday in a World Cup aerials competition. Jeret “Speedy” Peterson (Boise, ID) finished seventh in the men’s event, yielding the yellow bib as men’s points leader for the first time in nearly a year.
Canadian Warren Shouldice won the men’s event with 246.57 points, more than two points ahead of Belarussian Dmitri Dashinski, with Ryan St. Onge (Steamboat Springs, CO) fourth and Peterson seventh. Kyle Nissen of Canada, third in the contest, took over as World Cup leader.
In the women’s contest, Chinese athletes went 1-2 as Jiao Wang won (178.48). Jana Lindsey (Black Hawk, SD) finished fifth (161.04) with Emily Cook (Belmont, MA) seventh, Kelly Hilliman (Tonawanda, NY) 12th and Kate Reed (Montrose, CO) 21st.
Changchun, CHN - Dec. 16, 2005
Men’s Aerials (12 make finals)
1. Warren Shouldice, Canada, 246.57 points
2. Dmitri Dashinski, Belarus, 244.18
3. Kyle Nissen, Canada, 236.73
4. Ryan St. Onge, Steamboat Springs, Colo., 234.08
5. Anton Kushnir, Belarus, 227.55
7. Jeret Peterson, Boise, Idaho, 217.04
Women’s Aerials (12 make finals)
1. Jiao Wang, China, 178.48
2. Shanshan Zhao, China, 172.67
3. Evelyne Leu, Switzerland, 168.58
4. Shuang Cheng, China, 161.61
5. Jana Lindsey, Black Hawk, S.D., 161.04
7. Emily Cook, Belmont, Mass., 159.92
12. Kelly Hilliman, Tonawanda, N.Y., 115.38
21. Kate Reed, Montrose, Colo.

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Courtesy of: FIS Ski


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