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SOCHI, February 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian freestyler Anna Mirtova failed to qualify in ski-slopestyle finals among 12 best freestylers after the ski-slopestyle qualification round at the Winter Olympics in the southern Russian city of Sochi on Tuesday.
The best result of the Russian freestyler in two runs is 21.60 points, making her 21st. Canadian freestylers Dara Howell (88.80 points) and Kim Lamarre (85.40 points) advanced with the best results in the finals. British slopestyler Katie Summerhayes came third (81.40 points).
Ski-slopestyle finals will be held later on Tuesday.