Freestyle Skiing - Canadians dominate at moguls World Cup in Calgary

Canadian world champion Mikael Kingsbury won the World Cup moguls competition in Calgary as home skiers again dominated.

Kingsbury has won the event at the 1988 Olympic venue for the last four years and finished ahead of Olympic champion and Canadian team-mate Alex Bilodeau while American Patrick Deneen completed the podium.

"Calgary is the best World Cup venue for me, I was very confident and it's looking good for the Olympics in Sochi," said Kingsbury.

Canada's Justine Dufour-Lapointe topped the women's field, with American Olympic champion Hannah Kearney second and her sister, Chloe, third. Indeed, a third Dufour-Lapointe sister, Maxime, was fifth.

"It's awesome to win a gold medal at home," said Dufour-Lapointe. "I'm in a great position ahead of the Olympics."

Great Britain's Ellie Koyander finished 35th in qualifying for the women's event.