It was a "sister act" for Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe of Canada, who swept the top two spots in the women's moguls competition at the Winter Olympics.
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Even though they were competitors, the sisters showed their bond when they held hands to step onto the medals podiums together Saturday night.
Justine, 19, who won gold, told the Toronto Star that she and Chloe, 22, who won silver, will "live that moment forever."
Unfortunately, for the Dufour-Lapointes, it wasn't a family sweep. Justine and Chloe's older sister, Maxime, finished 12th in the event on the eve of her 25th birthday.
Hannah Kearney, the 2010 Olympic champion who was favored to win gold again in Sochi, took home the bronze medal.