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Brian Cazeneuve's Medal Stand
Brian Cazeneuve
March 16, 2009
Gold PAT DENEEN, Freestyle Moguls Deneen (right), from Cle Elum, Wash., was a surprise winner at the Freestyle Ski World Championships in Inwashiro, Japan, landing a Back X—a move he'd learned just four days earlier—off the top jump.
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March 16, 2009

Brian Cazeneuve's Medal Stand

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Gold PAT DENEEN, Freestyle Moguls
Deneen (right), from Cle Elum, Wash., was a surprise winner at the Freestyle Ski World Championships in Inwashiro, Japan, landing a Back X—a move he'd learned just four days earlier—off the top jump.

Silver RYAN ST. ONGE, Freestyle Aerials
The Winter Park, Colo., native became the first American to win the world aerials title since his idol, Eric Bergoust, in 1999.

Bronze J.R. CELSKI, Short-track Speedskating
At the World Short Track Championships in Vienna, Celski, of Federal Way, Wash., won a bronze in the 1,500 meters and was a member of the U.S. four-man relay that won gold in the 3,000 meters.

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