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2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen 2: J. Dufour-Lapointe 2nd

Justine Dufour-Lapointe takes 2nd plance in Women’s Dual Moguls. She recently won gold for Mogul in the Sochi Olympics.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen 2: Kearney wins

Olympic medalist Hannah Kearney (USA) wins gold in the Women’s Dual Moguls.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen 2: Wilson takes 3rd

Bradley Wilson (USA) finishes in 3rd place in the Men’s Dual Moguls.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen 2: Nishi Wipes Out

Nobuyuki Nishi (JPN) wipes out in the Men’s Dual Moguls, causing him the event.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen 2: Kingsbury wins

Mikael Kingsbury (CAN) wins 1st place at the Men’s Dual Moguls. He took the silver medal in 2013.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen 2: Bilodeau takes 2nd

Alex Bilodeau takes 2nd place in the Men’s Dual Moguls. He recently took home a gold medal from the Sochi Olympics for the Moguls event.

2014 FIS Freestlye World Cup: Voss Myrkdalen, Norway: Dual Moguls

After nearly two weeks off, the FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup is back in action this Saturday and Sunday with moguls and dual moguls events slated to hit the slopes of Voss-Myrkdalen, Norway.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: Deneen 3rd

On the first day of Moguls, Patrick Deneen (USA) gets his third podium finish of the season and moves into 3rd place in the ranking with two events left.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: Bilodeau 2nd

On the first day of Moguls, Alex Bilodeau (CAN) gets his 7th podium finish of the season and pulls within 11 points of world Cup leader Mikael Kingsbury (CAN), who finished 4th, with two events left in the World Cup

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: Hoshino crashes

On the first day of Moguls, Junko Hoshino (JPN) under rotates and crashes down hard. She manages to ski away and hopefully is ok.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: C. Dufour-Lapointe 2nd

On the first day of Moguls, Chloe Lapointe (CAN) takes 2nd, .33 points behind her sister Justine, she now ranks 3rd in the World Cup with four podium finishes.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: Kearney 3rd

On the first day of Moguls, Hannah Kearny (USA) comes up .48 points shy and settles for 3rd, she now slips into 2nd in the World Cup, with just two events left.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: Smyshlyaev wins

On the first day of Moguls, The Bronze Medalist from the Sochi Olympics, Alexandr Smyshlyaev (RUS) wins his first World Cup event, by just .23 points.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Voss-Myrkdalen: J. Dufour-Lapointe wins

On the first day of Moguls, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN) gets the wins, her 4th this season, and claims the World Cup lead over Hannah Kearney (USA) by 15 points.

2014 FIS Freestlye World Cup: Voss Myrkdalen, Norway: Ladies & Men’s Moguls

After nearly two weeks off, the FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup is back in action this Saturday and Sunday with moguls and dual moguls events slated to hit the slopes of Voss-Myrkdalen, Norway.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Men’s Ski Cross: Jean Frederic Chapuis wins

Jean Frederic Chapuis (FRA) picked up his first major Ski Cross title victory racing in the men’s final heat. American John Teller finished in 3rd place.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Men’s Ski Cross: Tomas Kraus crashes

Racing in the Men’s’ qauterfinal Tomas Kraus (CZE) lost control on a jump and was sent to the ground hard. Kraus was later taken to a hospital. The heat winner John Teller (USA) took 3rd overall at the championships.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Women’s Ski Cross: 2 Skiers crash

Katrin Ofner (AUT) was sent to the ground hard after Katrin Mueller (SUI) bumped into him. Mueller finished the race in second place but was later disqualified because of the bump.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Men’s Ski Cross: John Teller interview

American John Teller talks about earning his first World Championship medal, after he placed 3rd in the men’s final heat.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Men’s Ski Cross: Jean Frederic Chapuis ineterview

Jean Frederic Chapuis talks about how excited he is to win his first major Ski Cross title.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Women’s Ski Cross: Fanny Smith interview

Fanny Smith talks about the strategies she used to win a hard fought race.

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships: Voss: Women’s Ski Cross: Fanny Smith wins

Former Olympian Fanny Smith (SUI) won the final heat racing against skiers, Marielle Thompson, Ophelie David, and Jorinde Mueller. Smith is a decorated skier with 16 top 10 WC finishes.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Voss: Ski Cross: Day #3

Nearly 400 athletes from 35 nations have converged upon Norway, as the biggest event of the FIS Freestyle season gets underway at the Voss/Oslo 2013 Freestyle Ski World Championships.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Voss: Half Pipe: Day #1 (mobile)

Nearly 400 athletes from 35 nations have converged upon Norway, as the biggest event of the FIS Freestyle season gets underway at the Voss/Oslo 2013 Freestyle Ski World Championships. This event airs March 5 @ 1:10pmET/10:10amPT on UniversalSports.com.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Voss: Half Pipe: Day #1

Nearly 400 athletes from 35 nations have converged upon Norway, as the biggest event of the FIS Freestyle season gets underway at the Voss/Oslo 2013 Freestyle Ski World Championships.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Aerials: Day #2

Nearly 400 athletes from 35 nations have converged upon Norway, as the biggest event of the FIS Freestyle season gets underway at the Voss/Oslo 2013 Freestyle Ski World Championships.

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