Monday, January 24, 2011

Bosses: four medals at Lake Placid

In the aftermath of a performance-cons, the young sensation Kingsbury won the silver medal at the second race of the weekend bumps in the World Cup in Lake Placid. In the women, Chloe Dufour-Lapointe has also collected the money. 
Kingsbury, who had not qualified for the finals on Saturday, ahead of his compatriot Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau, who was covered with bronze. For Rousseau, this is his second podium of the season.
Kingbury and Rousseau were usurped by the French Guilbaut Colas, who won his second consecutive victory.

Marc-Antoine Gagnon and Cedric Rochon respectively finished fourth and fifth, narrowly missing the podium.

Alexandre Bilodeau, who was mounted on the second highest step of the podium on Saturday, could not do better than 11th.

Women's side, Chloe Dufour-Lapointe won the silver medal at the Canadian Kristi Richards. They were overtaken by the American Hannah Kearney.

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Jennifer Heil finished fourth. Justine and Maxime Dufour-Lapointe finished in 10th and 13th.

Bronze medalist yesterday, Audrey Robichaud finished in 26th position.

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