Timofei Slivets

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Timofei Slivets
Born (1984-10-22) 22 October 1984 (age 38)
Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
World Cup career
Indiv. podiums2
Updated on 28 March 2013.

Timofei Vitalyevich Slivets (Belarusian : Цімафей Слівец; Russian : Тимофей Витальевич Сливец; born 22 October 1984 in Minsk) is a Belarusian, and later Russian freestyle skier, specializing in aerials. [1]

Slivets competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics for Belarus. He placed 12th in the qualifying round of the aerials event, earning the last spot in the final. He was 6th after one jump in the final, but had the lowest scored on his second jump, ending up 9th overall. [2]

As of March 2013, his best showing at the World Championships is 10th, in the 2005. [1]

Slivets made his World Cup debut in December 2003. As of March 2013, he has finished on the podium at World Cup events two times. Both finishes were silver medals, one in 2006/07 and the second in 2008/09. His best World Cup overall finish in aerials is 5th, in 2009/10. [1]

World Cup Podiums

Date [1] LocationRankEvent
10 December 2006 Beida Lake Silver medal icon.svg Aerials
25 January 2009 Mont Gabriel Silver medal icon.svg Aerials

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  2. "Sports Reference Profile". Archived from the original on 17 April 2020.