• Vermonter taking home bronze in women's halfpipe
    February 12,2014

    The Associated Press

    KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia -- American Kelly Clark of West Dover, Vt., is taking home the bronze in the Olympic women's halfpipe competition. Right behind Clark, another Vermonter Hannah Teter of Belmont, has finished fourth.

    Clark, the 2002 Olympic champion, scored a 95 on her first run, to advance to Wednesday evening's finals. She was joined there by the last two gold medalists, Australian Torah Bright (2010) and American Hannah Teter (2006).

    American Kaitlyn Farrington won the gold for Team USA during the event and Torah Bright won the silver for Australia.

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