GB's James Woods wins second successive ski World Cup
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Great Britain's James Woods performs a series of spectacular skiing tricks on his way to winning a second successive ski slopestyle World Cup in the latest event in Colorado.
Woods, 20, took the honours with a best score of 93.4 to repeat his historic success from the season's opening World Cup in Argentina in September.
Slopestyle, where skiers and snowboarders are judged on the tricks they perform on jumps, rails and boxes, will be a new discipline at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The event won by Woods at Copper Mountain was a qualifier for the Games.
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