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The "girl power" of Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa gave Canada the freestyle skiing bragging rights at the Sochi Olympics Friday when the duo locked down the gold and silver medals in the women's ski cross final. A third one-two in freestyle skiing at the games ensured Canada would top the medals standings in the sport, having taken four of the 10 titles to three for the United States. Gold medal favorite Thompson got off to her usual explosive start to take an early lead in the decisive race of the last freestyle event at Extreme Park with Serwa tucked in behind her. Holmlund, whose medal was a first for Sweden in freestyle skiing for 20 years, said there had been nothing wrong with the course's condition.
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