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WILMINGTON, N.Y. – The 2024 Empire State Winter Games’ mogul competitions, on Whiteface Mountain, in Wilmington, N.Y., wrapped up Sunday, Feb. 4, with Stratton Mountain Ski Resort skiers Emma Giulietti and Abram Mayer each becoming two-time gold medalists.

Giulietti, 13, who won yesterday’s competition, beat 25 other racers, Sunday, when she worked her way down the 154-meter Lower Valley Trail in times of 22.17 seconds and 21.75. Judges awarded her second run 75.09 points, which earned her the gold medal.

Moguls separates itself from other Alpine skiing events, as the sport combines balance, style and speed. Athletes take two runs, with the judges taking their highest score. Competitors will take on moguls, as well as two jumps over the course of their run to hit the highest score possible.

Klohe Vance, of Killington Mountain, took the silver. She raced to a first run time of 22.70, then followed that up with a second run time of 21.59. That second run earned her 74.57 points and the podium’s second spot.

Vance’s teammate Symma Gans came away with bronze when the judges awarded her 65.77 points from her second run. She bounced her way down the trail in 25.47 and 24.73.

Mayer followed up yesterday’s gold medal with an equally dominating performance on Sunday. Judges gave the 15-year-old a second heat score of 73.82 points, after he finished with a time of 18.38. His first run down the course was clocked in 19.10.

Sugarbush Mountain’s Joseph Perillo won silver. The 15-year-old’s score of 73.82 was recorded during his second trip down the trail in which he stopped the clock in 18.86.

Perillo’s 13-year-old brother Michael, who also skis for Sugarbush, finished third. Unlike his brother, Michael’s first run resulted in his highest score. After clocking a time of 19.30, the judges awarded him 72.31 points.

For a complete list of today’s mogul results, click HERE.

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