2015/16 was a big season for Ben Cavet, as the then 22-year-old morphed from a promising young project with one World Cup podium and a whole lot of potential to a bonafide World Cup moguls star, with seven top-10 finishes on the season, three podiums, and a final standing of third overall on the World Cup season.
In 2016/17 Cavet did himself one better than the previous season, scoring six podiums and a total of nine top-10 finishes in the season's 11 events to finish second overall on the moguls standings, just behind Canada's incredible Mikael Kingsbury.
Cavet saved his best for last in 2016/17, bagging the silver medal in the single moguls competition at the Sierra Nevada 2017 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships - his first-ever world championships start.
Though his first World Cup victory has thus far eluded him, the level of consistency Cavet has achieved over the past few season all but ensures that maiden win is just around the corner. And, with the impressive world championships silver under his belt already, Cavet's proven ability to perform in high-pressure situations should give him and his fans great confidence in the 23 year old has we head towards competition at the PyrongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games in February.
|1609019.01.2014||Moguls||Val St. Come||CAN||World Cup||24||70.00|
|1608615.01.2014||Moguls||Lake Placid||USA||World Cup||32||26.00|
|1608211.01.2014||Moguls||Deer Valley||USA||World Cup||16||150.00|
|1608009.01.2014||Moguls||Deer Valley||USA||World Cup||28||40.00|