News Desk: Women's ski cross is one of the most exciting, yet dangerous events at the Winter Games. A little controversy was stirred on Friday. After two athletes were taken off the course on stretchers, the discussion is bound to turn to whether or not the course was built too large for the women competitors. There has been no immediate update on the severity of the injuries. Injuries aside, Canadians Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa, both from Canada, took gold and silver respectively, while Sweden's Anna Holmlund grabbed bronze.