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Jim Urquhart, Associated Press
Nikola Sudova, of the Czech Republic, flips as she races down the slope during the women's mogul qualifications at the World Cup freestyle skiing competition on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012, at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.

SALT LAKE CITY — American Hannah Kearney won her 13th straight World Cup moguls title Thursday at Deer Valley Resort.

The 25-year-old edged U.S. teammate Heather McPhie after starting the super-finals format in second place.

Australia's Britteny Cox took bronze.

Kearney's only loss at a venue since January 2011 came on the same Champion run when she missed a grab at the World Championships last February and had to settle for silver by four-hundredths of a second to Canada's Jenn Heil.

Kearney wanted redemption for that mistake and got it Thursday, scoring 25.21 points.

For the men, undefeated 19-year-old Canadian Mikael Kingsbury claimed gold to tie the World Cup moguls record of six consecutive wins set by American Jeremy Bloom.

He edged countryman Alexandre Bilodeau, the reigning Olympic champion. Norway's Vinjar Slatten grabbed bronze.