Light on the Olympics: No medals, but plenty of smiles at women's ski slopestyle

After winning a pair of medals in the women's ski slopestyle in Sochi, Canada was kept off the podium in Pyeongchang.
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Defending Olympic champion Dara Howell had high hopes Saturday morning in the women's ski slopestyle event.
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Howell also took some time to sign an autograph for Peter Mansbear.
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But it wasn't meant to be for the 23-year-old from Huntsville, Ont., who missed out on the final after not landing either of her two qualifying runs.
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Speaking to Reuters, Howell said she'd determined to return for Beijing 2022, joking that her dad Doug (pictured) wouldn't like that decision.
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Yuki Tsubota of Whistler, B.C., was the only Canadian to make the final. She scored a 74.40 to finish in 6th.
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Tsubota had lots of family support with her, including her grandmother Toyoko.
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Tsubota's mother Hiromi also made the trip to South Korea. She kept a close eye on her daughter as she was interviewed by CBC commentator Craig McMorris
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Kim Lamarre also had a rough day on the slopes. The bronze medallist from Sochi also couldn't land either of her qualifying runs.
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