Henrich on the podium again in historic season

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Henrich on the podium again in historic season

In January, Olympic ski jumper Taylor Henrich became the first Canadian woman to win a World Cup medal in her sport.

On Friday, Henrich followed up her third-place finish in Oberstdorf, Germany with another trip to the podium, this time in Oslo, Norway.

Henrich, 20, finished with 250.4 points from two jumps, behind Japan’s Sara Takanashi (263.8) and Sarah Hendrickson of the United States (257.1) for her second bronze.


The Oslo event was the World Cup finale, ending a historic season for Henrich and Canada in ski jumping.

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