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Rob Ford celebrates Canada's hockey victory in Sochi - by jumping

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford jumps for joy during the Canada-U.S.A women’s hockey gold medal games Thursday. (Source: CTV Network/CNN) Toronto Mayor Rob Ford jumps for joy during the Canada-U.S.A women’s hockey gold medal games Thursday. (Source: CTV Network/CNN)
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TORONTO (CTV NETWORK/CNN) – Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is apparently a hockey fan.

Ford was seen jumping for joy Thursday at Toronto City Hall as the Canadian women's hockey team scored a tying goal in their game against the Americans in Sochi, Russia.

The Canadians ended up beating the U.S. to win the gold medal in a 3-2 overtime victory.

The victory marks the fourth consecutive gold medal for the Canadian women's hockey team/

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