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In her second round, she fell at the turn of one of the “bridges” ending up with some bruises. Wind chaos injures 16 at weather-hit Pyeongchang Games She expressed hope of a better outing in her next event, the Super Giant Slalom (Super-G), scheduled for Saturday. “I am happy with my start although it was tough under these conditions. I have gained more experience and confidence and God willing, will do even better in two days’ time”, expressed Wanjiku after the race. Her sentiments were echoed by her coach, Christian and chef de mission, Philip Boit. “She has a huge potential and future. She was right there with the best, separated by just over 10 seconds by the winner”, Boit, who made his debut at the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano, said. Among those who cheered the teen sensation were National Olympic Committee of Kenya President Paul Tergat alongside Kenya’s Ambassador to Korea Mohamed Gello and Rwandan Ambassador to Korea Emma Isumbingabo. “This is absolutely commendable performance for a debutante at the major Olympics event in a sport of this nature.
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