NEWS
 
UPDATE: Gold Rush in Sochi
Canada wins another gold medal at the Winter Olympics on Day 4 of competition
1 0
Team Canada's Dara Howell & Kim Lamarre
(Javier Soriano/AFP/Getty Images)

The gold medals keep on coming for Team Canada at the Winter Olympics.

Canada's Dara Howell has won slopestyle skiing gold after a 94.20 in her first run, making her the first ever Olympic champion in the event's debut at the Games.

The Huntsville skier earned Canada's fourth gold medal of the Winter Games, which puts us atop the medal standings.

Team Canada also added it's ninth medal of the games thanks to Quebec City's Kim Lamarre who won bronze with an 85.00 second run.

Vancouver's Yuka Tsubota was taken off the course on a stretcher after a nasty crash off a jump.

It appeared that Tsubota's knee was driven into her face as she tried to make the landing.

Tsubota finished sixth with a 71.60 first run.

Leave a comment:

showing all comments · Subscribe to comments
  1. john posted on 02/11/2014 10:28 AM
    keep them coming .
showing all comments

@NEWSTALK1010

Facebook

DON'T MISS

SICKKIDS

2 DAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Tune in to NEWSTALK 1010 on May 30th and 31st from noon to 6pm and you can make a difference. Click here to see how you can help

IN-DEPTH AND INTERACTIVE

MISSED THE SHOW? DON'T MISS THIS!

Aaron Waxman & Associates present the 4th annual IN-DEPTH AND INTERACTIVE -- if you missed the show, DON'T WORRY. You can check out video and pics RIGHT HERE

NEWS ALERTS

STAY CONNECTED

Sign up for out Breaking News Alerts and receive up-to-the-minute coverage of the top stories of the day

 
1 0
Team Canada's Dara Howell & Kim Lamarre
(Javier Soriano/AFP/Getty Images)

The gold medals keep on coming for Team Canada at the Winter Olympics.

Canada's Dara Howell has won slopestyle skiing gold after a 94.20 in her first run, making her the first ever Olympic champion in the event's debut at the Games.

The Huntsville skier earned Canada's fourth gold medal of the Winter Games, which puts us atop the medal standings.

Team Canada also added it's ninth medal of the games thanks to Quebec City's Kim Lamarre who won bronze with an 85.00 second run.

Vancouver's Yuka Tsubota was taken off the course on a stretcher after a nasty crash off a jump.

It appeared that Tsubota's knee was driven into her face as she tried to make the landing.

Tsubota finished sixth with a 71.60 first run.

Leave a comment:

showing all comments · Subscribe to comments
  1. john posted on 02/11/2014 10:28 AM
    keep them coming .
showing all comments

Top stories

NXNE officials say they hope to have Bronson perform at a different, ticketed venue

Poll

Error rendering control