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Top Moments from Sochi: Women's Skeleton Begins, France Wins Gold
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It's day six at the Sochi Olympics and while competition is over for some athletes, it's just beginning for others

Russian Curler Andrey Drozdov faceplanted during Thursday's match against Switzerland. It was also the first day of the Women's skeleton competition, and top men's figure skater Evgeni Plushenko retired after withdrawing from the Sochi Olympics

Other top moments included a major crash in women's speed skating during the 500m by Great Britain's Elsie Christie, allowing China's Li Jianrou to win gold unopposed. Read more...

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Faceplant! Russian Curler Eats It On the Ice
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Not quite two years ago, we brought you some of the Summer Olympics' funniest fails in this timeless classic.

This on-ice Winter Olympics tumble from Russian curler Andrey Drozdov is right up there with any of those. Watch as a curling stone, ahem, sweeps — that's a curling pun, if you're scoring at home — Drozdov's feet right out from under him. Luckily, he's able to break the fall with his, um, face. Never mind, actually; this just looks like a world of pain.

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The epic faceplant came during Russia's 7-6 win over Switzerland on Thursday in Sochi. That brings Russia's curling record to 1-4 so far in the games. Drozdov's fall sure looks bad, but he was apparently not seriously injured, finishing the match and celebrating the host country's first win of the Olympics after it was decided Read more...

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Winter Olympics: 8 Things You Missed Overnight
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Many of the most anticipated Winter Olympics events happen after dark in Sochi, Russia — which means morning or early afternoon stateside. But plenty of action happens during the day in Sochi, too, meaning by the time Americans get out of bed, they're already hours behind on Olympics news. We're here to catch you up on the stories you might have missed overnight, so you can be a gold medal sports-talker around the watercooler on Thursday

Team USA Gets Rare Podium Sweep in Slopestyle Skiing

Joss Christensen won the gold medal and Team USA completed a rare podium sweep in the men's slopestyle skiing event Thursday morning. Gus Kenworthy won the silver medal and Nick Goepper took the bronze. (The three of them are pictured above.) Read more...

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February 12 2014

Winter Olympics: 5 Things You Missed Overnight
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Most of the biggest Winter Olympics events happen in the evening — local time in Sochi, Russia — which means morning or early afternoon stateside. But plenty of action also happens during the day in Sochi, when folks in the United States are fast asleep. So we're here to catch you up on the stories you might have missed overnight so you won't miss a beat this morning

A Gold Medal Tie?

Never in the history of the Olympics had women's downhill skiing seen gold medal tie. Until Wednesday

Slovenia's Tina Maze and Switzerland's Dominique Gisin both finished the Sochi women's downhill course with identical times of 1 minute, 41.57 seconds. Maze was one of the race's favorites, while Gisin was more of an underdog contender. The two are good friends, however, and appeared to enjoy sharing the win together. They even held hands on the medal podium. Read more...

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February 11 2014

Shaun White, Snowboarders Go for Gold on 'Crappy' Halfpipe
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When Shaun White dropped out of the Winter Olympics' first ever snowboard slopestyle competition last week, a modest controversy began after other riders criticized his late cancellation as selfish and inconsiderate

But it turns out that won't be the most interesting subplot of Tuesday's men's snowboard halfpipe final. Two-time gold medalist White will take center stage during the halfpipe event at 12:30 a.m. ET, which Olympians have blasted this week as shoddily built, dangerous and generally "crappy."

"It is a little dangerous," women's snowboarder Hannah Teter of Team USA told USA Today on Monday. "I saw more people fall today than I have all seasonIt's just dangerous because it's crappy, you know?" Read more...

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Winter Olympics: 6 Things You Missed Overnight
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Welcome to your morning dose of Olympics coverage, where you're already a day behind on Winter Games action. The day's biggest events happen in the evening — local time in Sochi, Russia — which means early morning or early afternoon stateside. Here, we'll catch you up on five stories you might have missed overnight so you can hit the ground running this morning

19-Year-Old Takes Women's Slopestyle

Canada's Dara Howell, a 19-year-old former figure skater, won the first women's freestyle skiing gold medal in Olympic history, dominating the fearsome Rosa Khutor course with a nearly flawless opening run Read more...

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