Big day for Canada in World Cup moguls in Quebec
VAL ST. COME, Quebec -- Alex Bilodeau of Canada won his third straight World Cup moguls event Sunday, edging teammate Mikael Kingsbury.
The two could meet in a showdown at next month's Sochi Olympics. Bilodeau is the reigning Olympic champion and Kingsbury is the defending world champion.
Bilodeau won with a score of 26.49 while Kingsbury followed at 25.66. Bradley Wilson of the United States was third.
In the women's event, Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (23.79) and sister Justine (22.51) took first and second place. Japan's Junko Hoshino was third.
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