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  • Seth Wescott: After gold in Turin, also gold in Vancouver! | Video

    Seth Wescott: After gold in Turin, also gold in Vancouver!

    During the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games, Seth Wescott (USA) won his second successive gold medal in snowboard cross in Vancouver. Follow him on his run in Turin in 2006 where he got his first gold. Radoslav Zidek (Slovakia) and Paul-Henri Delerue (France) finished also on the podium in Italy.
  • Seth Wescott, the boss of cross | Video

    Seth Wescott, the boss of cross

    In the snowboard cross final in Vancouver, Seth Wescott had a poor start, then made a mistake on the second bend. That left him fourth, and a medal seemed a distant prospect. But the rest of the race was glorious. He neatly overtook his rivals one after the other. The end of the race was exceptional...
  • Sean Wescott Becomes 1st Snowboard Cross Olympic Champion | Video

    Sean Wescott Becomes 1st Snowboard Cross Olympic Champion

    American Seth Wescott goes down in Olympic history, becoming the first snowboard cross champion. Radoslav Zidek of Slovakia leads most of the race but gets surpassed by Wescott who slides to the finish line with half a snowboard length advantage, earning the first snowboard cross Olympic title. Zidek settles for silver and Paul-Henri Delerue claims the bronze medal. Snowboard Cross Men's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Seth Wescott (USA), Radoslav Zidek (SVK), Paul-Henri Delerue (FRA)
  • Wescott just holds off Robertson | Video

    Wescott just holds off Robertson

    Seth Wescott gets to the line just inches ahead of Robertson in a nail-biting finish to the men's snowboard cross.
  • Wescott, best snowboarder | Video

    Wescott, best snowboarder

    Wescott wins the Olympic Gold Medal in the last run of the snowboard cross in front of the cancadian Robertson, and the french Ramoin
  • the snowboard cross podium | Video

    the snowboard cross podium

    Wescott, Robertson and Ramoin celebrate their olympics medals on Men's Snowboard Cross podium
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