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Sochi Olympics: Two cross country gold and one silver for Norway

Norway's Maiken Caspersen Fall won gold and compatriot Ingvild Flugstad Østberg won silver in the women's cross country sprint event at the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday. Ola Vigen Hattestad won gold in the men's sprint final.

 

In the women's final the bronze medal went to Vesna Fabjan from Slovenia. Norway's cross country queen and favourite, Marit Bjørgen fell in her semi-final heat and did not qualify.

In the men's final, the silver went to Sweden's Teodor Peterson, and the bronze to Emil Jønsson, also from Sweden.

(NRK)

 

 

 


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