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Olympics: Kazakhstan's freestyler Dmitry Reiherd 5th in mogul 12 февраля 2014, 18:43

Kazakhstan's athlete Dmitry Reiherd has taken the 5th place in mogul skiing at the Sochi Olympics 2014 in Russia.
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Olympics: Kazakhstan's freestyler Dmitry Reiherd 5th in mogul Olympics: Kazakhstan's freestyler Dmitry Reiherd 5th in mogul
Kazakhstan's athlete Dmitry Reiherd has taken the 5th place in mogul skiing at the Sochi Olympics 2014 in Russia, Tengrinews reports citing Vesti.kz. Canadian freestyler Alex Bilodeau became the winner of the men's moguls, his compatriot Mikael Kingsbury took the silver and the Olympic bronze went to Russian Alexandr Smyshlyaev. Another Kazakhstan freestyler Pavel Kolmakov became 10th in the moguls. Earlier, freastylers Yuliya Galysheva and Datrya Rybalova from Kazakhstan competed in the women's mogul skiing at the Olympic Games in Sochi. Rybalova failed to make it into the finals. And Galysheva reached the finals and won the 7th place, but announced that she would finish her sport career.


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