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WILMINGTON, N.Y. – A stunning day on Whiteface Mountain, in Wilmington, N.Y., led to a stiff competition for Saturday’s, Feb. 3, Empire State Winter Games’ men’s and women’s moguls competition on the ski resort’s Lower Valley Trail.

Emma Giulietti, of the Stratton Mountain Ski Club, took home the gold in the women’s event, as well as in the female U13 age category. She blasted down the 154-meter bump filled course in times of 22.61 seconds and 23.00 and registered a final score from the judges of 77.73 points. Khloe Vance, of the Killington Mountain Ski Club, took silver overall and topped the female U15 category. The judges gave her a final score of 75.04. Her ski club teammate Symma Gans rounded out the overall podium and took second on the female U15 leaderboard with a score of 70.20. She had runs clocked in 24.90 and 25.44.

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.

Abram Mayer, of the Stratton Mountain Ski Club, grabbed first place overall and in the male U15 age category with a score of 76.47. His first run down the course was clocked in 18.30, while his second run was recorded in 28.54. His ski club teammate Douglas Hamilton took second overall and first in the male U13 category, scoring 75.53. Joseph Perillo, of the Sugarbush Freeski Club, scored third overall and second in the male U13 category with a close score of 74.79.

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

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Photos from the 44th Empire State Winter Games can be found HERE.

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