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Carcelen greeted at the finish
Roberto Carcelen (No. 92) of Seattle, competing for Peru, finished in last place in the Men's Cross-Country 15km Classic. He was greeted at the finish line by Nepal's Dachhiri Sherpa (No. 91) and gold medalist Dario Cologna of Switzerland (No. 95). Cologna finished nearly 30 minutes ahead of Carcelen, but returned to the finish to greet him.
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Carcelen greeted at the finish
Roberto Carcelen (No. 92) of Seattle, competing for Peru, finished in last place in the Men's Cross-Country 15km Classic. He was greeted at the finish line by Nepal's Dachhiri Sherpa (No. 91) and gold medalist Dario Cologna of Switzerland (No. 95). Cologna finished nearly 30 minutes ahead of Carcelen, but returned to the finish to greet him.
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Carcelen greeted at the finish
Roberto Carcelen (No. 92) of Seattle, competing for Peru, finished in last place in the Men's Cross-Country 15km Classic. He was greeted at the finish line by Nepal's Dachhiri Sherpa (No. 91) and gold medalist Dario Cologna of Switzerland (No. 95). Cologna finished nearly 30 minutes ahead of Carcelen, but returned to the finish to greet him.
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Carcelen greeted at the finish
Roberto Carcelen (No. 92) of Seattle, competing for Peru, finished in last place in the Men's Cross-Country 15km Classic. He was greeted at the finish line by Nepal's Dachhiri Sherpa (No. 91) and gold medalist Dario Cologna of Switzerland (No. 95). Cologna finished nearly 30 minutes ahead of Carcelen, but returned to the finish to greet him.
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Carcelen greeted at the finish
Roberto Carcelen (No. 92) of Seattle, competing for Peru, finished in last place in the Men's Cross-Country 15km Classic. He was greeted at the finish line by Nepal's Dachhiri Sherpa (No. 91) and gold medalist Dario Cologna of Switzerland (No. 95). Cologna finished nearly 30 minutes ahead of Carcelen, but returned to the finish to greet him.
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