VOSS, Norway (AP) — Alex Bilodeau turned the tables on Canada teammate Mikael Kingsbury to win the dual moguls in their second final in three days at the freestyle skiing world championships on Friday.

Another Canadian, Chloe Dufour-Lapointe, won the women's gold medal.

Bilodeau won his third straight world dual moguls title, and his second over Kingsbury in the final. Kingsbury slipped in 2011.

Kingsbury, who beat Olympic champion Bilodeau in the moguls final on Wednesday, lost on Friday by only 18-17.

Dufour-Lapointe topped her silver-medal finish in the 2011 worlds.

She beat Miki Ito of Japan 18-17 in the final and ousted her younger sister Justine Dufour-Lapointe earlier, 19-16.

Hannah Kearney of the United States finished with a dual moguls bronze medal for the third consecutive worlds.

Ito, also the dual moguls runner-up in 2009, lost to Kearney in the moguls final on Wednesday.

 

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