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Lindsey Jacobellis, the most decorated female in her sport, cruised into the semifinals but hit a gate and finished fifth. Lindsey Jacobellis, the most decorated female in her sport, cruised into the semifinals but hit a gate and finished fifth. (Chris Helgren/Reuters)
By Bob Ryan
Globe Columnist / February 17, 2010

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Four years ago, Lindsey Jacobellis fell in her big race because she was in a hot-doggy mood. It cost her a gold medal. (Full article: 896 words)

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