Summerhayes makes final - and promises best is to come

11 February 2014 / 08:14

Katie Summerhayes promised the best could be ahead after securing her place in the women's ski slopestyle final at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.

Summerhayes, 18, produced two solid runs, scoring 81.40 and 84.00, to finish just behind Canada's Kim Lamarre and Dara Howell.

But reigning world champion and recent X Games gold medallist, Canada's Kaya Turski, surprisingly didn't progress.

"It's great to be consistent," said Summerhayes.

"I've got something planned. It's got something I want to do. I'm fearless, I want to try different stuff and scare myself."

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