Sadowski- Synnott secures Olympic silver

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Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has won her second medal of the Beijing Winter Olympics securing silver women’s snowboard Big Air final.

Unfortunately, she could not get the better of defending Big Air champion Anna Gasser from Austria.

Gasser claimed the gold medal with a total of 185.50 and Sadowski-Synnott had a total of 177.00

Japanese rider Kokomo Murase rounded out the podium with a total of 171.50.

Sadowski-Synnott tried a 1080 on her last jump but unfortunately could pull the move off.

“I came here to put down my best tricks and almost got there and I’m stoked with the result,” Sadowski-Synnott told Sky Sport after competing.

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