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SOCHI, February 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Two Canadian freestylers stepped on the podium in Russia’s Olympic Sochi after winning on Monday the gold and bronze in women’s slopestyle competition.
Canada’s Dara Howell, 19, showed the best score of 94.20 in the first run to bring her gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics. She is followed by Devin Logan of the United States, who showed the result of 85.40 points and took the silver medal.
Howell’s teammate Kim Lamarre crashed in the first run of the finals, but put up a performance worth judges’ 85.00 points in the second run, to win the bronze barely missing the silver medal by 0.40 points.
Canada currently tops the list of the Sochi Olympics medals standings boasting four gold, three silver and two bronze medals. It is followed by The Netherlands with and Norway, with each currently packing a total of seven medals.