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2018 OLYMPICS GFH

This story was originally published on March 4, 2018 as part of a special section about the U.S. women's hockey team's gold medal run. That team featured three local players, including Warroad, Minnesota's Gigi Marvin.
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In 2018, the Lamoureux twins became North Dakota's first gold medalists. Relive their run for gold.
The Warroad, Minn., product won gold in 2018 and silver in 2014 and 2010.
After a year-long delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Doug Burgum honored the Lamoureux twins in a ceremony at Ralph Engelstad Arena.

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Grand Forks natives Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando were the first to reach the stage. Warroad's Gigi Marvin was close behind. It was perhaps fitting that the trio of local players were up front -- Lamoureux-Davidson hol...
WARROAD, Minn.--The picture from the 2005 Warroad High School Frosty Festival keeps resurfacing on NBC broadcasts and in national newspapers. It's Gigi Marvin and T.J. Oshie, the queen and king. "That weekend, I won Miss Hockey and his team won s...
Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux sat on barstools on a stage in Ralph Engelstad Arena's lobby Thursday night. They were wearing their blue USA hockey jerseys with shiny Olympic gold medals around their necks. With nearly 1,000 people packed into th...

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