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Taylor Henrich captured gold in womens normal hill ski jumping on Saturday at
the Canadian national ski jumping/Nordic combined championships. Henrich went
91.5 metres on her first jump and then had a solid 89.5-metre jump on her second
go round. Henrich has been steadily building her skills and is setting her
sights on competing at the 2014 Sochi Games. She started this season with her
first World Cup event in Lillehammer, Norway, finishing 23rd. She finished fifth
individually at the Youth Olympic Winter Games and was part of the Canadian team
that won bronze in the team event. “I went in knowing I could do well and showed
them what we could do,” said the 17-year-old Henrich of the Youth Olympic Games
results. Nata DeLeeuw, also of Calgary, finished second with an 89.5-metre
opening jump and an 89-metre second jump in a successful return to competition
after a three-year hiatus. “There was a good opportunity for me to come out,”
said the 21-year-old DeLeeuw. “I thought it would be fun to take some jumps
again. Its been a while.” Henrich also added a victory in Saturdays womens
Nordic combined event. The runner-up was Canadian development team member
Alexandra Pretorius, also of Calgary, who finished third in the womens normal
hill ski jumping competition. Pretorius went 91.5 metres on her first jump, then
79.5 metres on her second. DeLeeuw was a leading female ski jumper when she
stopped competing. She had had an 11th-place result at the 2009 world
championships and a record of strong Continental Cup showings to her credit. She
was also a role model for up-and-coming athletes such as Henrich. DeLeeuw said
the IOCs decision not to include womens ski jumping in the Olympics in 2010 was
disappointing, but she turned away from the sport because she was “ready to do
something else with my life.” DeLeeuw did jump at the Whistler Olympic Park in
2010 as a forerunner for the mens Olympic events. She has been studying Earth
and Environmental Sciences at UBC—Okanagan and skiing in her time away from the
sport. Despite her return this weekend, DeLeeuw isnt making any commitments as
to whether she will continue jumping and aims to be there when womens ski
jumping makes its Olympic debut in 2014. “At this point Im just here to have fun
this weekend,” she said, adding that shes “really excited” about the inclusion
of womens ski jumping at the Games. The open mens normal and large hill event
wins were both claimed by Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes, 20, a Toronto native and member
of Calgarys Altius Nordic Ski Club and leading mens national team member this
season. Boyd-Clowes significantly outjumped second- and third-place finishers
Martin Schmitt and Kevin Horlacher of Germany, reaching top distances of 142
metres on the large hill and 104.5 metres on the normal hill. Schmitt is a
decorated German jumper, a past World Cup winner and member of the German squad
that captured silver in the 2010 Olympic team event. Boyd-Clowes is coming off a
season that saw him set a new Canadian record by soaring 194 metres at the ski
flying world championships in Vikersund, Norway. “Hes really working hard on
everything that he needs to work hard on to become one of the top ski jumpers in
the world, and its extremely difficult on that circuit,” said Ski Jumping Canada
chairman Brent Morrice. Hot on the heels of the top three jumpers in the open
mens category were national development team members Dusty Korek and Matthew
Rowley, who finished fourth and fifth, respectively, in the normal hill
competition and fifth and sixth, respectively, in the large hill event. In the
open mens Nordic combined competition, Canadian Wesley Savill finished second to
American Adam Loomis. In the J2 mens Nordic combined event, Canadians Rogan Reid
and Matthew Soukup of the Altius Nordic Ski Club finished first and second,
followed by fellow countryman Nicholas Madden of the Steamboat Springs Winter
Sports Club. Rogan finished second to American Kevin Bickner of the Norge Ski
Club in the J2 mens normal hill ski jumping event. It was the first event to be
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while Rayo Vallecano downed visiting Levante 3-0. Sociedad forward Carlos Vela
netted his team-high seventh goal of the season in the 18th minute when he took
a pass by Antoine Griezmann inside the area and slotted a left-foot shot past
goalkeeper Diego Lopez. Gary Medel levelled for Sevilla in the 50th, but Alberto
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little hope of equalizing. Sociedad climbed into seventh place, while Sevilla is
in 13th. Sevilla is winless in five games and with just one victory in its past
nine, and coach Michel Gonzalez acknowledged the pressure is increasing on him
as the team heads into the winter break. “Confidence is not limitless,
regardless of the effort,” said Michel. “Either due to our lack of scoring touch
or whatever it is, the dynamic is not good. I dont have to say it, its clear its
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the game for captaining Europes Ryder Cup victory earlier this year. Sociedad
also paid tribute to its fans by bearing the names of 22 randomly selected club
members on the front of their players shirts instead of paid advertising.
Espanyols much-needed home win confirmed its turnaround under new coach Javier
Aguirre, who had recorded three straight draws since taking over for the fired
Mauricio Pochettino. “We didnt take that step forward in quality that I wanted,
but the players needed to feel the joy of winning and they worked hard to earn
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we can to change it,” said Oltra. Before the match Espanyol showed its support
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of the manager with the message “Keep Your Spirits Up, Tito” on the Cornella-El
Prat stadium monitors. Earlier, Rayo scored two long-range goals as the
topflight minnow rose into eighth place and handed sixth-place Levante its first
loss in six away matches. Rayo dominated possession in the first half, but
Levante was firm in defence with Papakouly Diop patrolling the midfield and
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