Canada's Brittany Phelan scores World Cup ski cross bronze
Teammate Kelsey Serwa finishes 4th in big final
Brittany Phelan landed on the podium with a third-place finish in World Cup ski cross action in Feldberg, Germany, on Sunday.
Sandra Naeslund of Sweden won the event, followed by Austria's Andrea Limbacher
"It's my first third-place [result this season], so that's cool, just missing first," said Phelan, who earned a silver medal in Idre Fjall, Sweden, in January.
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"It was a battle all day. I had really tough heats right from the start. I had to make a lot of passes all day, which I kind of prefer — it's way more fun to ski that way, but a little stressful at the same time. But I'm really happy with my approach and how aggressive I was with my skiing."
Abby McEwen of Edmonton advanced to the small final and finished seventh overall.
On the men's side, Toronto's Kevin Drury, who was Saturday's bronze-medallist, saw his Sunday race end in the quarter-finals.
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