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Topic - Devin Logan
The lasting image of freestyle skiing pioneer Sarah Burke is her ever-present smile, the one that helped inspire kids across Canada to slap on their skis and open their minds.
Devin Logan had "the look" in the starting gate, the one described as her "eye of the tiger" gaze.
In an event that Sarah Burke's extraordinary vision helped bring to the Olympics, Dara Howell channeled her idol's style.
First-time Olympian Devin Logan earned silver in the debut of slopestyle skiing, while four-time Olympian Kikkan Randall suffers heartbreak in the race where she was favored to make history for the U.S.' cross-country team.
Devin Logan is headed to the Sochi Olympics with a victory in the slopestyle final at the U.S. Grand Prix on Friday morning.
The conditions were so wet, she said it was like spring skiing.
She was asked about her pre-race ritual of dancing, and she said getting silly helps keep her calm.