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USA Today Sports
6/10
Snow princess wins aerials title
Nicknamed “Snow Princess,” Chinese freestyle skier Li Nina won a silver medal in aerials in 2010. She also claimed a silver at the 2006 Turin Games.
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USA Today Sports
7/10
Home sweet home
Canadian Ashleigh McIvor won the gold medal in the women’s ski cross event on her home soil. 2010 was the first year women’s ski cross was in the Olympics making McIvor the inaugural champion.
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USA Today Sports
8/10
All in the family
American Scotty Bahrke, who was in Vancouver watching his sister win bronze, was given a spot on the aerials team just days before competing after Dylan Ferguson had to give up his spot due to appendicitis.
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USA Today Sports
9/10
An American surprise
Despite never having won a World Cup event, American Byron Wilson took the bronze medal in the men’s moguls competition.
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USA Today Sports
10/10
Try this on for size
Former Norwegian Alpine skier Audun Grønvold swapped disciplines to participate in freestyle skiing. This was a good career move for Grønvold who earned the bronze in men’s ski cross.
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