Team USA sweeps the freestyle ski slopestyle in only the third US sweep in Winter Olympic history, and Germany pulls ahead in the gold medal count.
Jason Brown skated beautifully in the men's short program at the Sochi Olympics Thursday. But the night belonged to rising Japanese star Yuzuru Hanyu, who set a world record.
The US men's hockey team kicked off their Sochi Olympics gold medal quest with a 7-1 rout of Slovakia on Thursday. Team USA plays Russia on Saturday.
The Russians have not won an Olympic gold in men's hockey since 1992, and they've looked worse and worse every Winter Games. The pressure is immense to turn it around in Sochi.
The high-flying men's ski slopestyle, ice hockey, figure skating, and luge are events you don't want to miss today.
The men of slopestyle skiing put team USA back within striking distance of the top of the medal count with a stylish podium sweep in an event that was fun from start to finish.
American Kaitlyn Farrington triumphs in the women's snowboarding halfpipe, while Russia re-takes its historic position as the dominant force in pairs figure skating.
The medal table looks much better for Team USA after a gold and bronze from Kaitlyn Farrington and Kelly Clark in the halfpipe. But that can't mask a run of disappointing results.
Canada beat the USA, 3-2, in a women's hockey preliminary round match. The same old problem endures – both teams are much better than everyone else – but there are subtle signs of progress.
US skater Shani Davis finished eighth in the 1,000-meter speedskating event in the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Dutch skaters continue to dominate, taking 10 of 15 medals in speedskating events so far.
Speed skating, women's halfpipe, ice hockey, and pairs figure skating headline today's events at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Shani Davis is perhaps the most transcendent American athlete at the Sochi Olympics but has often been viewed with ambivalence at home. Will his pursuit of history Wednesday change that?
Women's ski jumping entered the Olympics in captivating style Tuesday night, and for pioneer Lindsey Van, battered by the long fight for acceptance, it was the moment of a lifetime.
Norway and Canada continued to dominate the medal tally on Tuesday while the US experienced setbacks at the halfpipe and on the cross-country course.
The two-time US gold medal winner the past two Winter Olympics finished behind competitors from Switzerland and Japan on Tuesday.
The reigning World Cup sprint champion failed to qualify for the Olympic finals today, but showcased the leadership skills that have helped her steer the US team to unprecedented success.
Mulder twins won Olympic medals Monday in Sochi. The Mulder twins birth was held up so their mother could watch an annual Dutch speedskating event over 20 years ago.
Shaun White goes for his third consecutive gold medal in today's men's halfpipe finals. Women's ski jumping, freestyle skiing slopestyle, and pairs figure skating are also main events.
Katie Uhlaender will race on a track where she finished second a year ago behind teammate Noelle Pikus-Pace, a medal favorite in Sochi after missing the podium by one-tenth of a second in 2010.
Canada added a pair of gold medals and a silver to tie the Netherlands for the most gold medals on Day 3 of the Sochi Olympic Games.