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Among those who cheered the teen sensation were National Olympic Committee of Kenya President Paul Tergat alongside Kenya’s Ambassador to Korea Mohamed Gello and Rwandan Ambassador to Korea Emma Isumbingabo. “This is absolutely commendable performance for a debutante at the major Olympics event in a sport of this nature. I am very proud of her performance and impressed with her spirits,” said Tergat. During the competition, Manuela Moelgg of Italy won in a time of 1:10.62, with second position taken by American Mikaela Shiffrin in 1:10.82. Shiffrin opened her Olympics with a title and figure skaters Aljona Savchenko and Bruno Massot smashed their own world record to grab gold as full Olympic competition resumed on Thursday after days of wind disruption. The 22-year-old Shiffrin kicked off her bid for multiple titles in Pyeongchang with a storming second run in the giant slalom, ending a nervous wait after it was postponed because of high winds on Monday. The Sochi 2014 slalom champion from America was overcome after her powerful descent brought her gold from Norway’s Ragnhild Mowinckel by 0.39 seconds. “I don’t know how to explain it. It’s crazy. There’s so much emotion,” Shiffrin said.
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