Emily Cook wins World Cup freestyle
MOSCOW -- American Emily Cook scored a 93.06 on Saturday to earn the second World Cup freestyle victory of her career.
Cook, from Belmont, Mass., who has been competing with the U.S. team for 13 years, last won a World Cup event in 2008. That victory also came in Moscow.
Olga Volkova of Ukraine was second at 85.83 and China's Xin Zhang was third at 84.10.
In the men's event, Anton Kushnir of Belarus won with a score of 119.91, followed by Stanislav Kravchuk of Ukraine and China's ...
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