February 19, 2014 15:43
Russian snowboarder wins bronze in women's parallel giant slalom at Sochi Olympics
SOCHI. Feb 19 (Sport-Express/Interfax) - The Russian snowboarder Alyona Zavarzina has won bronze in the women's parallel giant slalom event at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Zavarzina beat Austria's Inna Meschik in the so-called small final.
Switzerland's Patricia Kummer won the gold by beating Tomoka Takeuchi in the big final.
The Russian Olympians have so far won a total of 20 medals, including 5 gold, 8 silver, and 7 bronze ones, placing Russia 5th on the aggregate medal list.
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