Light on the Olympics: France's Vaultier golden again in snowboard cross

France's Vaultier defends his snowboard cross gold, while Canadian Chris Robanske was injured in crash Wednesday in Pyeongchang.
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Pierre Vaultier defended his Olympic gold medal from four years ago in Sochi. France has won a medal in men's snowboard cross in every Olympics since the event made its debut in 2006.
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Calgary's Chris Robanske was Canada's top finisher. His day ended after crashing in the semifinals coming off a kicker.
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Robanske was taken off the course by snowmobile and underwent an MRI. Canada Snowboard said he wasn't in any pain and was returning to the Athlete's Village.
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Sainte-Marie, Que., native Eliot Grondin, far right, fell in his heat race and also didn't advance to the quarter-finals.
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Canadian Kevin Hill finished fourth in his quarter-final race.
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Spain's Regino Hernandez won bronze in the men's snowboard cross, marking the country's first Winter Olympics medal since 1992.
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Hernandez also sported the best helmet of the competition.
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The winds, which wreaked havoc Wednesday, finally died down - making for a pleasant afternoon on the slopes.
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