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Canada Takes Gold and Silver in Women's Ski Cross

No Americans competed in the event

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    Canada's Kelsey Serwa has raced to victory in women's skicross, giving her a gold medal to go with the silver she won in Sochi four years ago.

    Serwa raced to the lead early in the final and was well in front by the time she reached the bottom of the course at Phoenix Snow Park. Canadian teammate Brittany Phelan made an impressive pass late in the run to finish second.

    Serwa's victory came two days after Canada's Brady Leman took gold in the men's event.

    Switzerland's Fanny Smith held off Sweden's Sandra Naeslund for bronze.

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    While Serwa and Phelan gave the Canadians a one-two finish, teammates Marielle Thompson and India Sherrit were not so fortunate. Thompson, the defending Olympic champion, clipped a ski in the first elimination round and did not finish. Sherrit left the course in a medical sled following a frightening crash. There was no immediate update on her status.

    No Americans competed in the event.