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Canada wins another gold medal at the Winter Olympics on Day 4 of competition
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Team Canada's Dara Howell & Kim Lamarre
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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.

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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.

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