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Sena Tomita earned bronze in the women's halfpipe at the Beijing Winter Olympics on Thursday, scoring 88.25 points in her second run as American Chloe Kim soared to gold.

Kim, who has not lost a competition since winning her first gold and became the first back-to-back women's halfpipe Olympic champion, was too hot to handle.

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