Bobsledders golden for Canada — again

Kaillie Humphries, left, Heather Moyse.
Michael Sohn / AP

Canada's Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse are Olympic champions again. They won gold today in the women's bobsled competition at the Sochi Games.

The Canadian duo finished with a four-run time of three minutes 50.61 seconds at the Sanki Sliding Center.

They came back to beat the US-1 sled, which led up to the final run but struggled in its fourth and final trip down the track.

The US-2 sled took bronze.

Humphries teamed with Moyse to win Olympic gold four years ago at the Vancouver Games.

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