Winter Olympics 2014 results: Main events

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Sunday, February 23, 2014:

Men's ice hockey
Jonathan Toews scored in the first period, captain Sidney Crosby scored his first goal of the tournament and Canada defended its Olympic men's hockey title Sunday with a 3-0 victory over Sweden in the gold-medal game.

Men's bobsled
Alexander Zubkov has driven Russia to victory in four-man bobsled, making him the sixth pilot to sweep the men's bobsled races at an Olympics.

Saturday, February 22, 2014:

Men's alpine skiing
Mario Matt of Austria won the men's slalom Saturday, becoming the oldest Alpine champion in Olympic history.

Men's snowboarding
Vic Wild of Russia wins Olympic gold in men's snowboard parallel slalom.

Women's snowboarding
Julia Dujmovits of Austria inched past Germany's Anke Karstens at the finish to win gold in women's snowboarding parallel slalom on Saturday.

Women's cross country
Marit Bjoergen has won her sixth Olympic gold by leading a Norwegian sweep in the women's 30-kilometer cross-country ski race at the Sochi Games.

Friday, February 21, 2014:

Men's Hockey
The U.S. Men's Hockey Team lost the semifinal to Canada 2-1 Friday and will face Finland on Saturday for bronze.

Women's slalom
Mikaela Shiffrin made Alpine skiing history today as the youngest ever winner of an Olympic slalom gold medal. The 18-year-old American protected her lead from an impressive first run to win in 1 minute, 54 seconds. She finished 0.53 seconds faster than Marlies Schild of Austria. Kathrin Zettel of Austria took bronze, trailing 0.81 behind Shiffrin.

Thursday, February 20, 2014:

Women's Hockey
Team Canada beats Team USA 3-2 in overtime in the gold medal match in Sochi.

Women's figure skating
Adelina Sotnikova gave Russia its first Olympic gold medal in women's figure skating with a stunning upset of defending champion Yuna Kim of South Korea. Kim got silver, followed by Carolina Kostner of Italy for bronze.

American Gracie Gold finished fourth, Ashley Wagner seventh and Polina Edmunds ninth.

Women's Ski Halfpipe
American Maddie Bowman won the gold medal in women's ski halfpipe Thursday. Marie Martinod of France won silver and Ayana Onozuka of Japan took bronze.

Men's ski cross finals

Jean Frederic Chapuis led the first French medals sweep in Winter Olympics history Thursday, taking gold while Arnaud Bovolenta won silver and Jonathan Midol walked away with bronze.

The closest any of the French came to falling came in the day's first heat, when Midol and American John Teller were racing side-by-side and trading elbows for position. Midol won that showdown, Teller skied off course and the French didn't face much trouble during the rest of the day.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014:

San Jose's Polina Edmunds makes debut

Fifteen-year-old Polina Edmunds of San Jose had her season-best score of 61.04 to take the early lead in the ladies short program.

Men's giant slalom

Ted Ligety won the giant slalom, becoming the first American man to win two Olympic gold medals in Alpine skiing. Leading after the first run, Ligety sped down the Rosa Khutor course in a two-leg combined time of 2 minutes, 45.29 seconds.

Steve Missillier of France stood only 10th after the first run but had the fastest second leg to finish second, 0.48 behind. Alexis Pinturault, another Frenchman and one of Ligety's chief rivals over the past few seasons, was third, 0.64 behind.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014:

Men's halfpipe skiing

American David Wise won the gold medal in the Olympic debut of halfpipe skiing. Mike Riddle of Canada took silver with a 90.6 and Kevin Rolland of France won bronze.

Men's snowboard cross

Alex Deibold took bronze for Team USA, behind Russia's Nikolay Olyunin with silver and Pierre Vaultier who took the gold for France.

Women's Giant Slalom

Tina Maze earned her second gold medal of the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday, winning from the front in a rainy and snowy giant slalom. Maze finished 0.07 seconds ahead of Anna Fenninger of Austria. Defending champion Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany was third, trailing 0.27 behind Maze's two-run time of 2 minutes, 36.87 seconds.

American teenager Mikaela Shiffrin placed fifth in her Olympic debut.

Two-man bobsledding

Alexander Zubkov has driven Russia to the Olympic gold medal in two-man bobsledding, teaming with Alexey Voevoda for a one-sided victory. Zubkov finished 0.66 seconds ahead of the Swiss team of driver Beat Hefti and brakeman Alex Baumann. Steven Holcomb of Park City, Utah, and Steven Langton of Melrose, Mass., won the bronze medal, finishing another 0.22 seconds back.

Monday, February 17, 2014:

Ice Dancing

U.S. skaters and world champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White have won gold at Sochi.

Two-man bobsledding

Alexander Zubkov has driven Russia to the Olympic gold medal in two-man bobsledding, teaming with Alexey Voevoda for a one-sided victory. Zubkov finished 0.66 seconds ahead of the Swiss team of driver Beat Hefti and brakeman Alex Baumann. Steven Holcomb of Park City, Utah, and Steven Langton of Melrose, Mass., won the bronze medal, finishing another 0.22 seconds back.

Women's Hockey Semi Finals

Megan Bozek, Kendall Coyne and Brianna Decker each had a goal and two assists to help the United States beat Sweden 6-1 Monday and earn a spot in the gold medal game at the Sochi Olympics.

Sunday, February 16, 2014:

Women's speedskating

Jorien ter Mors wins women's 1,500-meter speedskating in 3rd Dutch sweep of Sochi Olympics.

Men's cross-country

Sweden successfully defended its Olympic gold in the men's 4-by-10-kilometer cross-country relay. The country became the first in 42 years to win both the men's and women's team cross-country events in the same Winter Games.

Women's snowboardcross

Eva Samkova of the Czech Republic dominated women's snowboardcross on Sunday, posting three wire-to-wire victories on her way to Olympic gold.

Saturday, February 15, 2014:

Men's speedskating

Zbigniew Brodka knocked off all the big names in the men's 1,500 meters, capturing Poland's first gold medal in speedskating Saturday.

Men's ice hockey

The United States beat Russia in a preliminary round men's hockey game in a shootout. T.J. Oshie of the St. Louis Blues hit the game-winner in a match that electrified Olympic Park.

Men's short track

Viktor Ahn of Russia won the gold medal in men's 1,000 short track, with teammate Vladimir Grigorev taking the silver.

Friday, February 14, 2014:

Men's figure skating

Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan won gold, Patrick Chan of Canada took silver and Denis Ten of Kazakhstan won bronze.

Women's skeleton

Elizabeth Yarnold of Britain took gold, Noelle Pikus-Pace took silver for the U.S. and Russia's Elena Nikitina took bronze.

Men's Super-Combined Slalom

Sandro Viletta of Switzerland won the Olympic super-combined title with a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 45.20 seconds. Ivica Kostelic of Croatia took the silver medal, 0.34 behind, and Christof Innerhofer of Italy took bronze, 0.47 behind.

Defending champion Bode Miller made a big mistake during his downhill run and finished sixth, while world champion Ted Ligety had a ragged slalom leg and placed 12th.

Thursday, February 13, 2014:

Men's Slopestyle Skiing

Americans swept the podium in an event for only the third time in Winter Games history. Joss Christensen won the gold, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper captured the silver and bronze.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014:

Women's Half Pipe Final
The gold medal for the Women's Halfpipe Final goes to the USA's Kaitlyn Farrington. Australian Torah Bright takes home the silver and American Kelly Clark won bronze. Hannah Teeter of Team USA came in fourth place.

Figure Skating, Mixed Pairs
Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov won the Olympic gold medal in pairs figure skating Wednesday as Russia took the top two spots to reclaim its dominance of the sport.

Men's 1000 meter speed skating
Stefan Groothuis gave the Netherlands another gold medal in speedskating, upsetting two-time Olympic champion Shani Davis. Canada's Denny Morrison took the silver and Michel Mulder of the Netherlands took the bronze.

Women's downhill alpine skiing
Tina Maze of Slovenia and Dominique Gisin of Switzerland finished with the exact same time in the women's downhill skiing race, resulting in a rare Olympic tie. Each of them finished the treacherous course in exactly 1 minute and 41.57 seconds. Lara Gut of Switzerland won bronze in the race.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014:

Men's Halfpipe Final
Iouri Podladtchikov of Switzerland won the gold medal. Ayumu Hirano and Taku Hiraoka of Japan won silver and bronze, respectively. American Shaun White came in 4th place.

Women's Slopestyle Skiing
Dara Howell won a gold in women's slopestyle skiing. Devin Logan of the U.S. took silver. Canadian Kim Lamarre earned bronze.

Monday, February 10, 2014:

Men's Mogul Final
Alexandre Bilodeau of Canada won the gold medal. Mikael Kingsbury of Canada won silver. And, Alexandr Smyshlyaev of Russia won bronze.

Men's 1500m Short Track Finals
Charles Hamelin of Canada won the 1,500-meter Olympic short track gold medal. Han Tianyu of China took silver. Viktor Ahn earned the bronze, giving Russia its first-ever short track medal. J.R. Celsi, the 2010 bronze medalist from Federal Way, Wash., finished fourth.

Women's Super Combined, Slalom Final
Julia Mancuso gave the U.S. a bronze. Nicole Hosp of Austria won silver and Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany took home the gold

Sunday, February 9, 2014:

Men's Normal Hill Ski Jumping Final
Kamil Stoch of Poland won the Olympic gold medal in men's normal hill ski jumping.

Figure Skating
Russia won Olympic gold in figure skating team event.

Saturday, February 8, 2014:

Women's Slopestyle Final
Jamie Anderson gave the United States a gold-medal sweep in the first Olympic slopestyle snowboarding competition, while Jenny Jones took bronze to give Britain its first ever medal in any snow sport.

Men's Downhill Final
Matthias Mayer of Austria won the Olympic downhill Sunday as the big favorites struggled in Alpine skiing's signature race.

Women's Moguls Final
Justine Dufour-Lapointe and her sister Chloe won Olympic gold and silver for Canada after edging American rival Hannah Kearney in the women's moguls on Saturday.

Justine Dufour-Lapointe, the youngest of the sisters at 19, went through a technically precise final run to score 22.44 points and help Canada win its first gold of the games.

Her 22-year-old sister followed with a solid run but came up .78 points short of the winning score.

Kearney, the defending champion and top-ranked woman in the world, went last and had a big bobble after her first jump. She settled for bronze.

Men's Snowboarding Slopestyle
Sage Kotsenburg of the US wins the Olympic gold medal in the men's snowboard slopestyle. Shaun White withdrew from this event after a couple of rugged days of practice on a course he called "intimidating." He said he wanted to focus on the halfpipe.

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