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OOLLYYMMPPIICC RREEVVIIEEWW 47 WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMESLUGEPractice made perfect forthe USA team of SummerBritcher, Tucker Westand doubles partnersTy Andersen and PatEdmunds, as theymastered the innovativegate system to claim asurprise gold in the newmixed team relay ahead offavourites Germany.NORDIC COMBINEDA powerful performance inthe cross country legensured Tomas Portyk(CZE) won the gold medalin the men's individualnordic combined event,after the 15-year-oldhad started in fifth place,31 seconds behind theleader, following the skijumping round.

48 OOLLYYMMPPIICC RREEVVIEIEWW WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMESSKELETONGermany's SebastianBerneker only took upsliding a year previously,but he proved he had natural ability as he raced to the gold medal in a time of 1:52.73 - almost two seconds quicker than silvermedallist Stefan RichardGeisler (AUT).SKI JUMPINGJapan's Sara Takanashiwrote her name in thehistory books as shewon gold in the first everwomen's ski jumpingcontest to be held atan Olympic event. The15-year-old, who finished sixth at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oslo in February 2011, leapt 76.5m in both rounds to give her a total of 269.3points - an incredible26.8 points ahead ofsilver medallist KatharinaAlthaus (GER).