Feb 10, 2014, 8:50 AM EST
Back in 2010, Alex Bilodeau thrilled Vancouver fans by grabbing a gold for Canada in men’s moguls. He won’t have that same home advantage on Monday, but he hopes to begin his medal defense this morning beginning at 9 a.m. ET.
Canada has a strong chance to bring home gold once again, but it might not necessarily be Bilodeau pulling it in. Mikael Kingsbury may very well be the favorite in Sochi.
The United States has a solid horse in the Patrick Deneen. He isn’t a favorite like Bilodeau or Kinsgbury, but he’s at least a moguls skier to watch.
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