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New Zealand snowboarder Christy Prior is one step closer to realising her Olympic dream after winning a World Cup event in the United States.

The 16-year-old Totsuka scored 94.50 points in the event won by American superstar Shaun White, who nailed a ideal 100 to secure his place at the Pyeongchang Games in South Korea.

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Second was Australia's Scotty James with 96.25, while Japan's Yuto Totsuka was third on 94.50 points, just 0.5 ahead of America's Jake Pates.

Totsuka is off to a great first season on the World Cup circuit, with three podium finishes in three starts beginning with his victory on his debut last September.

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White landed a frontside double cork 1440, cab double cork 1080, frontside 540, double McTwist 1260 and frontside double cork 1260. White took the gold at the 2006 Games in Turin, Italy, and again in Vancouver in 2014.

With two first-place finishes in qualifiers, he's atop the list of riders trying to secure one of at least three spots on the USA slopestyle team. Danny Davis is among those now competing for a possible fourth spot.

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America closed out the rest of the podium with Chloe Kim on 88.75 points and Maddie Mastro third on 87.25. Kim has already qualified, while Mastro and Clark have the edge for the other two spots heading into next weekend's final qualifying event.

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