Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canada's Mikael Kingsbury and Marc-Antoine Gagnon Finish 1-2 in Dual Moguls

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canada's Mikael Kingsbury and Marc-Antoine Gagnon Finish 1-2 in Dual Moguls

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Canada's Mikael Kingsbury wins another gold

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DEER VALLEY, Utah - Canada's Mikael Kingsbury grabbed top spot in men's dual moguls on Saturday for his second freestyle skiing World Cup gold medal in three days and 37th of his career.

Kingsbury, the 2014 Olympic silver medallist, edged out fellow Canadian Marc-Antoine Gagnon of Terrebonne, Que., in the final. Australian Brodie Summers placed third.

The 24-year-old Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., also won gold in the men's moguls on Thursday evening and sits atop the overall standings in both events. It was Gagnon's first podium finish at a World Cup in over two years.

"It's crazy to pull off back-to-back wins in Deer Valley," said Kingsbury.

"For the competitive moguls community, this event rivals the Super Bowl. This weekend I skied strategically, I knew everyone was going to challenge me. …

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