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PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (BP) -- Snowboarder Kelly Clark
fell just short of adding to her Olympic medal collection, finishing fourth in the women's halfpipe competition earlier this week.
Chloe Kim won gold for the U.S., while Clark's best run of 83.50 couldn't beat teammate Arielle Gold's score of 85.75.
"I'm not done yet, but I don't think that many people get to stay around long enough to see what their legacy could look like," Clark, 34, said. "I'm extremely proud of these girls and I take a lot of pride in seeing them do well. It's been great to be a part of it for so long." Read More