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Topic - Heather Moyse
Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse of Canada win Olympic gold in women's bobsled.
They called it the Battle Royale. Kaillie Humphries and Elana Meyers spent part of the summer training alongside one another, getting ready to spend this winter battling each other.
Meyers and Lauryn Williams had the lead after two runs, but skids cost them time in Runs 3 and 4 — and ultimately cost the Americans gold.
The crash didn't break them, it bonded them.
The Americans lead Canada's Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse by 0.23 seconds heading into Wednesday's two runs. Americans Jamie Greubel and Aja Evans are third, 0.56 seconds back.
They trained together, lived together and laughed together last summer. Kaillie Humphries and Elana Meyers got tight.
She's covered in tattoos, each of their details, colors and designs representing a person or event that has shaped Kaillie Humphries' life.
Canada's Kaillie Humphries won a women's bobsled World Cup with a dazzling second run, rallying from being only 10th fastest at the midpoint of the competition on Saturday.
Canada's Kaillie Humphries won a women's World Cup bobsled race on Saturday with a dazzling second run, rallying from being only 10th-fastest at the midpoint of the competition.