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Rowan Cheshire became the first-ever British woman to win a Ski Halfpipe FIS World Cup as she took gold on January 2 in Calgary.

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Cheshire delivered a fantastic first run scoring 80.40 points, sealing her gold. She produced huge amplitude throughout the run and an impressive 540 to flair to 900 trick combination. 

Coach Pat Sharples said: "In training we have been working hard with Rowan on new tricks and we knew she had the potential to podium. She is so dedicated and all the hard work has now paid off with this win."

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