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Meryl Davis and Charlie White won the first-ever U.S. gold in ice dancing with a nearly flawless performance.
Pilot Steven Holcomb and Steven Langton from United States Team 1 celebrated their third place finish during the men's two-man bobsled competition. They also became the first Americans to win a medal in the two-man since 1952.
Czech Republic's Eva Samkova celebrates after winning the Women's Snowboard Cross.
American skaters Meryl Davis and Charlie White dazzled as they performed their routine at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
After grabbing the Bronze medal in men's Skeleton, Olympian Matthew Antoine wrapped himself up in the American flag.
David Backes celebrates his awesome goal against Slovenia during the 2014 Winter Olympics men's ice hockey game at Shayba Arena in Sochi.
Bode Miller wasn't the only American on the podium for the Super-G. Andrew Weibrecht won the silver medal and Kjetil Jansrud from Norway took the gold. Canadian Jan Hudec tied with Miller for the bronze.
Bode Miller embraced his wife Morgan after he made history with a bronze in the Super-G on Sunday. He became the oldest Alpine medalist—at age 36—in Olympic history and he also won his sixth medal, which is the second-highest total for a male skier and ties speed skater Bonnie Blair as the second most decorated U.S. Winter olympian in any sport.
T.J. Oshie delivered an unbelievable performance as Team USA beat Russia.
Skeleton silver medalist Noelle Pikus-Pace scales a fence to celebrate with her family.
Sweeeeeeep! Gus Kenworthy (silver), Joss Christensen (gold) and Nick Goepper (bronze) grin widely on the podium after the men's ski slopestyle final.
Switzerland's Dominique Gisin and Slovenia's Tina Maze hold hands after their historic tie for the gold in the women's downhill. This is the first time an Olympic alpine ski race has ended in a dead heat for first.
Team USA's Kaitlyn Farrington and Kelly Clark took gold and bronze, respectively, in the halfpipe. Australia's Torah Bright won the silver.
Erin Hamlin won the first ever indivdual luge medal, a bronze, for Team USA.
Shani Davis tried to win a third gold medal in the men's 1000m but finished in eighth place.
Alex Bilodeau defended his gold medal in the men's freestyle skiing moguls final and celebrated the winning moment with his brother Frederic.
Julia Mancuso is a bronze medalist in the women's super combined.
Shaun White was unable to become the first American male Winter Olympian to win three straight gold medals in one event. He finished a disappointed fourth in the halfpipe final.
Russian snowboarder Alexey Sobolov received nearly 2,000 text messages after he put his phone number on his helmet--and yes, there were some dirty pictures sent his way!
Russian speedskater Olga Graf won a bronze medal in the women's 3,000 meters. In her excitement, she forgot people were watching and unzipped the front of her uniform!
Justine Dufour-LaPointe and Chloe Dufour-LaPointe went 1-2 in moguls and shared a special moment during the medal ceremony.
U.S. figure skater Jason Brown finished fourth in his portion of the men's team figure skating event, but his ponytail might be the no. 1 'do at the games!
Hannah Kearney was unable to defend her gold medal and took home the bronze after a miscue on a landing
The U.S. women's hockey team beat Switzerland 9-0, securing their place in the semifinals.