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Australian Skier Jenny Owens Did Not Think USA's Hannah Kearney Deserved Bronze Medal

SAN CANDIDO, ITALY - DECEMBER 22:  Jenny Owens of Australia races down the course during the official training session and qu
SAN CANDIDO, ITALY - DECEMBER 22: Jenny Owens of Australia races down the course during the official training session and qualification for the Audi FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup Skier Cross race on December 22 2012 in San Candido, Italy. (Photo by Mitchell Gunn/Getty Images)

Australian freestyle skier Jenny Owens seemed very upset with the results in the women's moguls event on Saturday night, specifically with Hannah Kearney of Team USA winning the bronze medal.

Perhaps the 35-year-old Owens was just upset that her fellow Austrlian skier Britteny Cox finished in fifth place.

Four years after winning the women's moguls gold medal in the Vancouver Games, Kearney came in third place with a score of 21.49, behind Canadian sisters Justine (21.66) and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (22.44), who won the gold and silver respectively.

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