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Canadian snowboarder Elizabeth Hosking took the silver medal in the women’s halfpipe event Friday at the world championships.

Hosking, from Longueuil, Que., finished with a score of 88.50, two points behind gold medallist Cai Xuetong of China.

Hosking is the first Canadian woman to claim a world championship medal in halfpipe, and the first Canadian overall since Jeff Batchelor earned silver in 2009.

Mitsuki Ono of Japan took bronze with a score of 83.00.

Calgary’s Brooke D’Hondt finished 10th with a score of 61.25.

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