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    Sunday, December 14, 1997

    Americans win half-pipe competition

     WHISTLER, B.C. (CP) -- Americans Shannon Dunn and Todd Richards won the half-pipe competition at a Snowboard World Cup event Saturday.
     Dunn was the only woman the successfully complete a 720 rotation. She finished with 65 points. Jennie Waara of Sweden was second with 61.7, and Stine Brun Kjeldaas of Norwary was third with 58.9.
     The top Canadian woman was Tara Teigen of Calgary, who finished fourth. Natasza Zurek of Vancouver finished sixth, and Lori Glazier of Oshawa, Ont., was seventh.
     The top Canadian man was Alan Clark of Calgary, who finished third.
     
     RESULTS
     WHISTLER, B.C. (CP) -- Saturday results from the Snowboard Halfpipe FIS World Cup:
     MEN
     1. Rodd Richards, U.S., 80.2 points; 2. Rune Lunso, Norway, 75.8; 3. Alan Clark, Canada, 75.2; 4. Michael Michaelchuck, Canada, 75.1; 5. Rob Kingwall, U.S., 73.3; 6. Jesse Fox, Canada, 71.0; 7. Jacob Soederqvist, Sweden, 10.7; 8. Sergio Bartina, Spain, 70.8; 9. Derek Heidt, Canada, 68.3; 10. Jake Blattner, U.S., 68.1.
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     WOMEN
     1. Shannon Dunn, U.S., 65.0 points; 2. Jennie Warra, Sweden, 61.7; 3. Stine Brun Kjeldaas, Norway, 58.9; 4. Tara Teigen, Canada, 53.5; 5. Jenny Jonsson, Sweden, 53.2; 6. Natasza Zurek, Canada, 52.9; 7. Lori Glazier, Canada, 48.9; 8. Griselda Gonzalez, U.S., 46.8; 9. Sabrina Sadeghi, U.S., 27.0; Maelie Ricker, Canada, 26.3.
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     World Cup Ranking
     MEN
     1. Brett Carpentier, Canada, 1600 points; 2. Xaver Hoffman, Germany, 1450; 3. Daniel Franck, Norway, 1400; 4. (tie) Iker Fernandez, Spain and Todd Richards, U.S., 1000; 6. Tune Lunso, Norway, 930; 7. Alan Clark, Canada, 820; 8. Jussi Oksanen, Finland, 628; 9. Ross Powers, U.S., 600; 10. Rob Kingwill, U.S., 572.
     WOMEN
     1. Stine Brun Kjeldaas, Norway, 1460; 2. Satu Jarvela, Finland, 1360; 3. Minna Hesso, Finland, 1300; 4. Nicola Thost, Germany, 1070; 5. Natasza Zurek, Canada, 1010; 6. Shannon Dunn, Canada, 1000; 7. Jennie Waara, Sweden, 920; 8. Tara Teigen, Canada, 840; 9. Nicola Pederzolle, Austria, 800; 10. Anna Hellman, Sweden, 750.