However, it was not meant to be despite a thrilling final run by the defensing gold medalist. "When I was up there, I was just thinking, this is my last run, I want to control it".
"It's been a hard year, and I'm a girl who's very emotional in life", the 26-year-old said.
Her score of 78.56 - less than a tenth behind the eventual gold medallist Perrine Laffont, of France - gave Canada its third silver at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
In fact, the presence of her mother at the base of the slope was a victory in itself since only a year ago, Johane Dufour-Lapointe was sharing her cancer diagnosis with her daughters. But this time around, Dufour-Lapointe checked into the Athletes' Village as a certified underdog. "I crossed that finish line knowing that whatever happened next, I put down the best run I could handle".
"I'm feeling so proud of myself right now, I know I did everything I could today", she said.
Justine Dufour-Lapointe recreates her iconic celebration from Sochi after earning the silver medal in the women's moguls at the Phoenix Snow Park on February 11, 2018.
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Naude, with the chance to grab a medal right there in front of her, instead was left grabbing for answers.
Another Canadian, Andi Naude, reached the final six, but did not complete her final run.
"Obviously I threw a couple of nerves in that", Naude said.
"I skied like a real tigress". "I need a little mental break".
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Justine Dufour-Lapointe returned to the medal podium in women's moguls.
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Vicky was a nanny to Jeremy's three children with his ex-wife Carla Germaine - Alice, 14, Ava, 12, and eight-year-old Henry. Jeremy and Carla were granted a divorce in February 2016, with former model Carla citing "unreasonable behaviour".
"I'm really proud of my sister", she said. "She works so hard". "I gave my heart, my fire and the passion for my sport".
"It's a big moment for her and she has to live it". She couldn't quite regain her line and all of a sudden her skis were sideways and she was off the course, holding her palms up: did that just happen?
Dufour-Lapointe is also proud of herself.
A visibly emotional Chloe Dufour-Lapointe recognized she was "emptied" both physically and emotionally by the events of the past year, and suggested she may take some time off.
Back in the crowd, her parents and family members, including older moguls-skiing sister Maxime, lacked the words to express their pride. The brighter the spotlight, the higher the odds, the better she performs.
She said she hadn't decided yet if she would end her season and would discuss the matter with her trainers in the following days.
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