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Topic - Sage Kotsenburg
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.
But other snowboarders, including gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg, also from Park City, said athletes always expect to work with course designers in the first few days of training to make adjustments.
"I can't even describe the feeling," Kotsenburg said. "It's so cool."