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FREESTYLE NATIONALS: Kearney, Kashima nab dual moguls national crowns

FREESTYLE NATIONALS: Kearney, Kashima nab dual moguls national crowns{mosimage}KILLINGTON, Vt. – Vermont native Hannah Kearney grabbed her second U.S. title of the weekend at Killington Resort during the Nature Valley Freestyle Challenge dual moguls event, which wrapped the 2006 Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships.

Newcomer Sho Kashima, 19, from Zephyr Cove, Nevada, outskied a slew of U.S. national team skiers — including a finals race against David Babic — to win his first U.S. title.


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