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Winter Olympics 2018: Shaun White tops thrilling men’s halfpipe qualifiers

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    Shaun White tops the men’s halfpipe qualifiers in Pyeongchang. The two-time Olympic champion pulled out a huge score of 98.50 in his second run after some big scores from his rivals.

    WATCH MORE:Nearly perfect run and still not first? Blame Shaun White…

    WATCH MORE: ‘Absolutely unbeatable’- 17-year-old Kim sets pace in halfpipe

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