Australian Lydia Lassila takes bronze in the ladies’ aerials Freestyle Skiing | Sochi 2014 Olympics
Feb 14, 2014
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WA Sports today; Lassila gets bronze in Sochi aerials.
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The Roar News; Lydia bows out with bronze.
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Defending champ Lydia Lassila takes bronze.
Women’s freestyle skiing aerials gold medalist Alla Tsuper of Belarus, centre, celebrates with silver medalist Xu Mengtao of China, left, and bronze medalist Lydia Lassila of Australia. Photo at 02:00 .
Results of Day 7 for Sochi Winter Olympics;
On the day seven of the 2014 Winter Olympics, China’s Xu Mengtao has just won a silver medal in the women’s aerials. The event was won by Belarus’ Alla Tsuper and Australia’s Lydia Lassila took bronze.
The Australian Sport; Lydia Lassila wins bronze medal in ladies’ aerials at Sochi Olympics.
LYDIA Lassila has done it again. Australia’s supermum pulled out a brilliant performance to claim the bronze medal in ladies’ aerials at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park in the mountains high above Sochi. Lassila started the competition shakily.
Sochi 2014: Lydia Lassila makes women’s aerials final after crashing on first jump.
The Guardian; Lydia Lassila wins Australia’s second medal.
Lydia Lassila celebrates her bronze, Australia’s second of the Games. Lydia unleashed the most difficult trick attempted by a female aerial skier, only just failing to rope in a Winter Olympic gold medal with it.
The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Freestyle Skiing.