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Sunday, February 16, 2014
Japan's Hanyu wants more Olympic gold
Yuzuru Hanyu and Brian Orser were walking together along the Black Sea just over a year ago, a skater and a coach still getting to know each other.
Tsuper wins gold, Aussie makes history
Lydia Lassila already has a gold medal sitting back home in Australia. At these Olympics, she was looking for something better.
Finland hockey team routs Norway, ready to face Canadians on Sunday
Finland is finished with tuneups: Canada is next. Teemu Selanne became the oldest hockey player to score at the Olympics with the first of the Finns' three goals in the opening period that helped them coast to a 6-1 win Friday over Norway at the Olympics.
Anna Fenninger claims gold after drama-filled super-giant
Austrian Anna Fenninger claimed Olympic gold in a drama-packed women's super-G on Saturday that saw 12 of the top 30 racers fail to finish the demanding course.
Zhou, Ahn reign supreme in short track
China's Zhou Yang defended her Olympic 1,500m short track title Saturday while Victor Ahn gave his adopted Russian homeland victory in the men's 1,000m.
Saturday, February 15, 2014
Plushenko retirement shocks Russia team
Alpine ski stars Ted Ligety and Alexis Pinturault were under pressure Friday in the Olympic super-combined as Russia struggled to come to terms with the shock retirement of figure skating icon Yevgeny Plushenko.
Dario Cologna, skiing in short sleeves on another warm and sunny day, won his second gold medal at the Sochi Olympics on Friday with a dominant performance in the 15-kilometer classical-style cross-country race.
Fourcade wins 2nd Sochi biathlon gold medal
Martin Fourcade has a long way to go to match Ole Einar Bjoerndalen's record of seven Olympic gold medals in biathlon. He's off to a good start, though.
Sweden, Canada on top in men's curling
Sweden ended China's unbeaten run in men's Olympic curling with a tense 6-5 victory in overtime, and Canada produced its best performance of the tournament to defeat Norway 10-4 on Friday.
Men's gold. Women's gold. Doubles gold. And now, team relay gold.
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