SAN CANDIDO, Italy - Canadian Dave Duncan is hitting his stride just in time for the Winter Olympics. Authentic Morgan Moses Jersey . Duncan of London, Ont., won his second skicross World Cup in as many days on Sunday, rocketing him to the top of the mens overall rankings and qualifying him for the Sochi Games in February. "From the outhouse to the penthouse," said Duncan, who skied on the international circuit for five years before winning his first World Cup on Saturday. "Its pretty hard to sum up everything thats happened this weekend. Its an incredible feeling. "I know thats a troublesome word, but the truth of it is that describes how much this means to me to get that first win and not even have to wait 24 hours to get a second one. I mean, this is the stuff you dream of." Duncan finished ahead of Austrias Andreas Matt and Germanys Daniel Bohnacker. Calgarys Brady Leman was fourth in the final after a mid-air collision knocked him off course. "In the final I was battling, trying to move up," said Leman. "I was fourth for a bit, third for a bit, I was really battling with Andy Matt and in the end we kind of got tangled up and then I missed a gate and that was it." In womens competition, Marielle Thompson of Whistler, B.C., finished second behind Switzerlands Katrin Mueller. German teammates Heidi Zacher and Anna Woerner were third and fourth, respectively. The silver medal kept Thompson atop the overall womens rankings. "Today was just awesome," said Thompson. "I just won every start and really showed where my skiings at. Im really excited to have the leader bib back again. It just goes to show that all that training I did this summer is paying off. "Im just feeling really great." Kelsey Serwa of Kelowna, B.C., won the small final, placing fifth overall. "Id much rather be in the final, but when I get in the small final I get all fired up and tell myself OK, this is my shot at the podium so youd better churn out a fifth-place finish," said Serwa. Canadas skicross team made the podium fives times over the weekend, bumping several of its members into contention for spots at the Olympics. Duncan and Leman are guaranteed spots in the mens skicross event at Sochi, while Thompson is a lock for the women. Serwa will likely make it as a "Tier 2" skier, while Vancouvers Georgia Simmerling is "Tier 3" and considered very close to making the Olympics. Montreals Chris Del Bosco and Tristan Tafel of Canmore, Alta., havent yet made the minimum points to lock into Tier 3, although a World Cup podium finish would put either one into the second tier. "Training with the top guys in the world, it just creates an environment of excellence and I know that if Im able to beat (Leman) or (Del Bosco) in a training run you can feel pretty good leaving that camp, knowing that youre on pace to have a good year," said Duncan. "I think theyll probably say the same thing about their training. "It just helps training with the guys that we do. We all push each other, we all cheer for each other, we all strive for the top. So well just keep on doing that and hopefully itll take us to some pretty cool results in Sochi." Trent Murphy Burgundy Jersey . Mikkel Boedker and Schlemko scored in the shootout to lift Phoenix to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night, snapping the Coyotes three-game losing streak and keeping them within range of the final Western Conference post-season berth. http://www.shopjerseysredskins.com/Womens-Morgan-Moses-Authentic-Jersey/ . But what goes up ultimately comes down, and an ugly loss to the Chicago Bears the following week ushered the Seahawks out of the postseason. If their hosting of a first-round playoff matchup was the biggest surprise of the year, than the Hawks not-so-shocking exit in Chicago stood at the other end of the spectrum. While Seattle certainly wasnt expected to make a deep playoff run, dont think head coach Pete Carroll will simply just rest after getting the Seahawks to the postseason for the seventh time in 12 seasons.The Ottawa Redblacks are looking at the architect of the CFLs most aggressive defence as their first-ever head coach. TSN has confirmed the Redblacks have settled upon Calgary Stampeders defensive co-ordinator Rick Campbell as their inaugural head coach. Ottawa is scheduled to return to the CFL in 2014. Campbell is a 15-year CFL coaching veteran but the Ottawa appointment would be his first as a head coach. Campbell is the third CFL head coach to be hired this off-season behind Edmontons Chris Jones and Winnipegs Mike OShea. All three are first-time CFL head coaches. Campbell is the son of legendary Edmonton Eskimos head coach and executive Hugh Campbell and has spent the last two years as Calgarys defensive co-ordinator. This past season, Calgary recorded a CFL-best 63 sacks en route to posting a league-best 14-4 record. But the Stampeders lost 35-13 to eventual Grey Cup-champion Saskatchewan in the West Division final. Campbell had been mentioned as a leading candidate for Edmontons head-coaching job, which went to Jones. Campbell succeeded Jones as Calgarys defensive co-ordinator in 2012 when Jones left to join the Toronto Argonauts. Also reportedly considered for the Ottawa job were former CFL head coaches Paul LaPolice, Greg Marshall, Doug Berry, Marcel Bellefeuille and Danny Maciocia. This past season, Calgary boasted two of the CFLs top pass rushers in Charleston Hughes (league-high 18 sacks) and Corrdarro Law (third with 14). http://www.shopjerseysredskins.com/Womens-Dexter-Manley-Authentic-Jersey/. . Hughes was both a West Division and CFL all-star in 2013. Hughes and Law also anchored a defence that forced a league-high 11 turnovers on downs and was second in fewest points allowed (22.9 per game). In its first year under Campbells guidance, Calgarys defence was second in sacks (43) and third in points allowed (23.9 per game). Campbell joined the Stampeders staff in 2010 as their running backs coach. That year Calgary boasted the leagues top ground attack with 2,618 rushing yards. In 2011, Campbell was Edmontons assistant head coach and special-teams co-ordinator. He has spent the bulk of his CFL coaching career -- 11 years in fact -- with Edmonton, having served as an assistant head coach, special-teams co-ordinator, secondary coach and defensive co-ordinator during that time. Campbell won Grey Cups with the Eskimos in 2003 and 05. Campbell also served as a special-teams co-ordinator and defensive backs coach with Winnipeg in 09. Prior to coming to the CFL, Campbell was secondary and special-teams coach at the University of Oregon as a graduate assistant from 96-98. Now with a head coach in tow, the Redblacks can look ahead to the CFL expansion draft Dec. 16. Ottawa will select 24 players (eight imports, 16 Canadians) over three rounds. The Redblacks will take eight imports in the first round before selecting eight Canadians in each of the final two. ' ' '