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Jenny Jones is the first British Olympian to take home a medal in the snow. Jenny Jones got a bronze medal in the women's slopestyle snowboarding event Sunday.
Jessica Diggins accomplished a personal goal, finishing eighth in the women's 15-kilometer skiathlon Saturday.
Evgeni Plushenko gave Russia an early lead in team figure skating after the men's short event and dazzled Sunday in the men's free skate. Russia was in first place going into the final events.
Jamie Anderson, a 23-year-old from South Lake Tahoe, Calif., is known for excelling under pressure. She won the gold medal in the women's slopestyle competition Sunday, giving the US a gold sweep in the event.
US moguls skier Hannah Kearney finished third to Canada's Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe. Hannah Kearney was trying to become the first woman to go back-to-back in 22-year history of Olympic moguls.
Bode Miller and Aksel Lund Svindal are the two favorites at Sochi after the downhill skiing test runs. American Bode Miller produced the fastest times. Norwegian Svindal was third Friday, second Saturday.
Sage Kotsenburg unveiled a new trick he calls the 'Holy Crail,' earning him a high enough score in slopestyle snowboarding to capture the first gold medal at the Sochi Games. When the 20-year-old qualified for the Olympics in California last month, it was his first win since he was 11.
Canadian Max Parrot was one of eight riders to score in the 90s on the first day of qualifying runs in the Winter Olympics debut of slopestyle snowboarding. Concerns, raised by Shaun White, about a dangerous slopestyle course faded.