Stanislav Detkov, Caroline Calve win
MOSCOW -- Stanislav Detkov of Russia and Caroline Calve of Canada won parallel slalom races on Saturday for their first snowboard World Cup victories of the season.
On a huge ramp in downtown Moscow, Detkov edged Nevin Galmarini of Italy in the men's final while Calve beat Aleksandra Krol of Poland for the women's title.
Roland Fischnaller edged Justin Reiter of the United States for third and claimed the overall discipline title with 2,200 points. Zan Kosir of Slovenia had 1,617 points for second, while Aaron March of Italy finished third. This was the last parallel slalom events of the season.
Ekaterina Tudegesheva of Russia finish third in the women's event, while a quarterfinal appearance was enough for Patrizia Kummer of Switzerland to claim the discipline title with 1,690 points. Amelie Kober of Germany was 90 points behind for second, while Calve was third.
Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press
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