Canada's O'Dine wins 1st career snowboard cross bronze

Canada's Meryeta O'Dine raced to her first career World Cup podium finish on Saturday, earning bronze in the women's snowboard cross event in Feldberg, Germany.

19-year-old reaches World Cup podium for 1st time

Meryeta O'Dine grabs 1st career World Cup snowboard cross podium finish

5 years ago
Duration 4:58
The Canadian won snowboard cross bronze on Saturday at a FIS World Cup event in Feldberg, Germany. 4:58

Canada's Meryeta O'Dine raced to her first career World Cup podium finish on Saturday, earning bronze in the women's snowboard cross event in Feldberg, Germany.

It's the best finish in seven career World Cup races for the 19-year-old from Prince George, B.C. Her previous best was a sixth-place finish in Bokwang, South Korea, in December.​

Italy's Michela Moioli won gold while Australian Belle Brockhoff took silver. 

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