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Kingsbury and Cox win gold at first Moguls World Cup of 2018

By Reuters
07 January 2018   |   4:20 pm
Canada's Mikael Kingsbury wins gold at the Calgary Moguls World Cup event as Australia's Britteny Cox triumphs in the women's event.

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