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Humphries and Moyse named Canada's flag-bearers
The bobsledders won their second consecutive Olympic title
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Heather Moyse & Kaillie Humphries
Canadian Olympic Committee

Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse have been named Canada's flag-bearers for the closing ceremonies today at the Sochi Olympics.

The bobsledders won gold in Sochi, defending their title from Vancouver. 

Humphries, from Calgary, and Moyse, from PEI, were in the silver position in the first three of four runs, but moved up to first place, ahead of the U.S., after the final run.

“This has been such a great Games for Canada and leading the team into the Closing Ceremony is the cherry on top of a fantastic couple of weeks. I am so honoured,ˮ Humphries says in a statement.
 
“This is such an amazing privilege. I will carry the flag with the upmost pride and patriotism, on behalf of all Canadians,ˮ Moyse says.

The closing ceremonies start at 11 a.m. ET.

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Heather Moyse & Kaillie Humphries
Canadian Olympic Committee

Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse have been named Canada's flag-bearers for the closing ceremonies today at the Sochi Olympics.

The bobsledders won gold in Sochi, defending their title from Vancouver. 

Humphries, from Calgary, and Moyse, from PEI, were in the silver position in the first three of four runs, but moved up to first place, ahead of the U.S., after the final run.

“This has been such a great Games for Canada and leading the team into the Closing Ceremony is the cherry on top of a fantastic couple of weeks. I am so honoured,ˮ Humphries says in a statement.
 
“This is such an amazing privilege. I will carry the flag with the upmost pride and patriotism, on behalf of all Canadians,ˮ Moyse says.

The closing ceremonies start at 11 a.m. ET.

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