Winter Paralympics: GB's Gallagher dreamt of topping podium

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GB's Gallagher dreamt of topping podium

Skier Kelly Gallagher tells BBC Sport's Nick Hope she always dreamt of topping the podium after winning Great Britain's first Winter Paralympic gold medal with guide Charlotte Evans.

The pair clocked one minute 28.72 seconds to win the visually impaired Super-G title on Sochi's Rosa Khutor course, with GB's downhill silver medallist Jade Etherington claiming bronze with her guide Caroline Powell.

Gallagher and Evans's also became Britain's first alpine gold medallists in able-bodied or disabled sports.

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