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Topic - Mark Mcmorris
Staale Sandbech of Norway grabbed silver while Canadian Mark McMorris, who nearly missed the finals because of a broken rib, surged to bronze as slopestyle provided an electric Olympic debut.
Gold medal contender Mark McMorris is through to the men's snowboard slopestyle finals.
Sage Kotsenburg loves snowboarding for all its unexpected surprises.
Two weeks ago, Mark McMorris welcomed the role of gold medal favorite. One nasty fall — and the broken rib that came along with it — has given the Canadian snowboarder a newfound perspective with Olympic slopestyle qualifying looming Thursday.
Two weeks ago, Mark McMorris welcomed the role of gold medal favorite.
Mark McMorris' fractured rib is steadily improving, so much so that the gold-medal favorite in Sochi plans to snowboard in a few days to "see how it goes."
Shaun White headed home from a week of training Sunday, with his coach declaring him "110 percent" healthy for the Olympics despite that nasty-looking shiner under the snowboarder's right eye.
Olympic gold-medal favorite Mark McMorris of Canada fractured a rib during a crash in the Winter X Games slopestyle finals Saturday - an injury he says will not derail his road to Sochi.
"If you ride the best you can ride, and you're satisfied with that, the rest is up to the judges," McMorris said. "To be honest, that's the least of my worries. I'm just really, really thankful, from where I was two weeks ago, to be on the podium."
"They got me from a broken rib to on my snowboard in the span of nine days," McMorris said. "They kept pushing me and pushing me. It's been the most draining week in my life."