Sunday, January 30, 2011

Kingsbury gold charms, Bilodeau and Robichaud, money

Really, freestyle skiers could not imagine a more pleasant scenario in anticipation of the World Championships in Deer Valley, Utah, next week. Kingsbury took the gold and Alexandre Bilodeau, silver Saturday in Calgary at a stage of the World Cup moguls used last preparatory step before the Worlds.
Audrey Robichaud has removed his share of money a week after the bronze medal at Lake Placid, scoring the best result of his career.
The epic struggle between Kingsbury was a young man of Two Mountains 18 years old, and Olympic champion Bilodeau of Rosemere. The points are 24.15 24.16 cons, Kingsbury won the gold medal in Utah ... by 0.01 points to Alexandre Bilodeau. Photo Archives Benoit Pelosse
Bilodeau and Kingsbury had first and second in reverse order at Mount Gabriel in mid January.
The win was the second Kingsbury, who was also victorious in China during the holidays. It also has three silver medals in Finland and Lake Placid in addition to the Laurentians.
As for Bilodeau, he will defend his world title in doubles at Deer Valley.
Simon Cavanagh-Pouliot, Quebec City, followed in fifth place and Cedric Rochon, Saint-Sauveur, in eleventh.
Veteran of the Canadian squad at age 31, Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau of Drummondville, preferred take a break this week to refuel.
Too many emotions for Heil!
The American Hannah Kearney was still dominated the day for the women.
Chloe Dufour-Lapointe of Montreal, finished seventh.
The only downside of the day is falling on final adoption of the Montreal Jennifer Heil, who has slipped to twelfth place.
Let the rare absence of Olympic champion and the world at the stroke of emotion, she said Tuesday in his native Alberta, the current season that was for her farewell because she retires from competition force after March.

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