Bilodeau defends Olympic moguls title; Kingsbury wins silver

Alex Bilodeau (right) and Mikael Kingsbury celebrate in Sochi.
Jonathan Hayward/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Canada's Alex Bilodeau has won his second straight gold medal in Olympic moguls.

His teammate Mikael Kingsbury captured the silver.

The Canadians narrowly missed sweeping the podium as Marc-Antoine Gagnon finished fourth.

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Bilodeau, who won Canada's first medal four years ago in Vancouver, had a near-flawless final run to earn a score of 26.31.

Kingsbury, who has been Bilodeau's main rival on the World Cup circuit this season, had a small stumble in his final run to finish with 24.71.

Russia's Alexandr Smyshlyaev was third with 24.34.

Gagnon came in with a score of 23.35.

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