On treacherous Olympic course, White adds jammed wrist to injuries
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Not that anybody expects to reach the Olympics without a few aches and pains.
Question is, will they leave with even more?
"The course is a little intense," said American rider Jamie Anderson, the favorite for the women’s gold medal. "Everyone’s making the best of it. I’m having a questionable time getting used to it. But I’m just being slow, patient, taking them one jump at a time. At the end of the day, we’re just snowboarding."
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