Canada's Kingsbury wins dual moguls in Norway

The Canadian Press
3/16/2014 5:29:09 PM
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HELSINKI - Mikael Kingsbury beat Canadian teammate Alex Bilodeau in a dual moguls event Sunday to close in on the freestyle World Cup title.

Bradley Wilson of the United States was third.

Kingsbury leads the overall standings with 810 points, ahead of Bilodeau with 779 and Ptarick Deneen of the United States with 414 ahead of the World Cup finals.

Hannah Kearney won the women's event, with Canada's Justine Dufour-Lapointe second, intensifying the race for overall top spot. Kearney leads with 750 points ahead of Dufour-Lapointe's 745.

The other Dufour-Lapointe sisters, Chloe and Maxime, finished third and fourth and retained those same positions overall with 441 points and 399 respectively.

The moguls World Cup finals are on March 21 in La Plagne, France.

Mikael Kingsbury (Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)


(Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
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