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Canada’s Brendan Mackay strikes gold at men’s ski halfpipe World Cup in Calgary

Canada’s Brendan Mackay saved his best run for last en route to winning the gold medal in the men’s ski halfpipe World Cup on Thursday, leading a group of three Canadians to win medals in Calgary. The Calgary native scored 92.60 on his first run, 95.20 on the second and 97.00 on the final one, which was the best run in the entire competition. Mackay, 24, finished ahead of American Alex Ferreira whose best run was at 94.80, while fellow Canadian Simon d’Artois came a very close third place with 9

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