Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes again Canadian champion

The two top favorites, Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Taylor Henrich, won the titles at the Canadian Ski Jumping championships in Calgary.

Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes had the longest jumps in both rounds on Saturday in the Canada Olympic Park with 93 m and 86.5 m and added another Canadian national title to his collection with 232.5 points.

With jumps of 91 m and 84 m and a total of 221.9 points, Matthew Soukup came in second. The third place went to Joshua Maurer, who jumped on 88.5 m and 81.5 m and scored 207.0 points.

Sam Bolton, Nigel Lauchlan and Nathanial Mah completed the Top 6 on the HS 95.

The ladies competition was won by Taylor Henrich with 96 m and 88.5 m and 236.0 points, followed by Abigail Strate (87 m and 93.5 m; 226.5 points) and Natasha Bodnarchuk (87 m and 89 m; 217.5 points).