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Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Germany wins team gold in Olympic ski jumping
With the gold medal on the line, Severin Freund made his final jump, then hoped it would be enough to give Germany victory in the team large hill ski jumping competition Monday at the Sochi Olympics.
Vaultier wins top honor in snowboardcross event
Pierre Vaultier of France held off hard-charging Nikolay Olyunin of Russia to win gold in men's Olympic snowboardcross on Tuesday.
Ill Japanese ski jumper receives emotional bronze medal
It may not have been gold but for Japan's Taku Takeuchi, team ski jumping bronze on Monday was an emotional reward after a severe illness landed him in hospital just weeks before the Olympics.
Tina Maze sealed a second gold of the Sochi Games on Tuesday, inspired by the Slovenian ice-hockey team and vindicating a change of coaches just a month before the Olympics started.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
US pair eye dance gold, Stoch targets golden sweep
Meryl Davis and Charlie White can add the Olympic figure skating ice dance gold to their two world titles in Sochi on Monday while Polish ski jumper Kamil Stoch targets a rare golden sweep.
Thick fog lingering over the mountains Monday caused the biggest weather disruptions of the Sochi Olympics so far, with a biathlon race and a snowboard event both postponed until Tuesday.
Monday, February 17, 2014
Norway's Jansrud wins upset for super-G gold
Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud caused a sensational upset in the demanding men's super-G on Sunday, pipping Olympic favorites including U.S. ski star Bode Miller for the gold.
Brodka wins narrowly over favorites in 1,500-meter speedskating event
One of the closest races in Olympic speedskating history came down to a final lunge of the skate -- then a few more agonizing seconds to figure out who won.
Russia blasted American referee Brad Meier Saturday for disallowing a goal that would have given them a lead late in their Olympic Games hockey clash they eventually lost to the U.S. in a shootout.
Team Russia express anger at US referee call
U.S. newcomer Polina Edmunds has warned that, competing in her first Olympics at the age of just 15, she can match the likes of Russia's teenage star Julia Lipnitskaia.
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