Hannah Kearney on going for back-to-back golds in moguls

02/08/2014

Sotschi 2014 - Freestyle SkiFour years ago in Vancouver, Hannah Kearney walked away with a gold medal in the women’s moguls.

Now, the 27-year-old New Hampshire native is in pole position to repeat the feat on Saturday at the Sochi Olympic Winter Games. She’s in first place after Thursday’s qualifying runs and will hit the slopes at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Saturday night.

After the qualifying round, she spoke with our Ted Emrich.

(Listen to Hannah’s interview)

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