Manninen wins third Cup of the season POSTED: Mar 6, 10:32a ET | UPDATED: Mar 6, 10:37a ET Hannu Manninen won his third World Cup title this season and the 48th of his career with his victory on the home snow of Lahti, Finland.
Day in Review: Day 16 POSTED: Feb 27, 8:32p ET | UPDATED: Feb 28, 1:27a ET Steve Holcomb wins the United States' first gold medal in bobsled since
1948, Jasey-Jay Anderson grabs Canada's second snowboarding gold,
figure-skating woes for Russia and more from Day 16 in Vancouver.
U.S. must top Canada again for Olympic gold POSTED: Feb 27, 4:00p ET | UPDATED: Feb 28, 2:00p ET Neighborhood rivals Canada and the United States will meet Sunday for the gold medal in men's hockey, the home favorite against the surprise top seed looking for its first Olympic title since the Miracle on Ice in 1980.
Five takeaways from Day 15 POSTED: Feb 26, 11:57p ET | UPDATED: Feb 27, 12:48a ET By Matt Stroup U.S. men's hockey blitzed Finland, Apolo stepped into a short track whirlwind and American pursuits proved formidable on Day 15.
Day in Review: Day 15 POSTED: Feb 26, 7:42p ET | UPDATED: Feb 27, 12:44a ET The U.S. men's hockey team routs Finland to earn a trip to the gold-medal game, slalom queen Maria Riesch wins gold and more from Day 15 in Vancouver.
Watch the goals: U.S. tops Finland 6-1 POSTED: Feb 26, 3:57p ET | UPDATED: Feb 26, 5:45p ET The U.S. men came out firing in their semifinal against Finland, scoring six goals in the first period. After their fourth goal, Finnish goaltender Miika Kiprusoff was pulled in favor of Niklas Backstrom, who let in two more goals.
Norway golden in women's relay POSTED: Feb 25, 2:55p ET | UPDATED: Feb 26, 12:21a ET Kristin Stoermer Steira's wait for a medal is over. The Norwegian won her first Olympic medal after she and her compatriots claimed gold in the women's 4x5km relay. Steira had been a four-time fourth place finisher at the Winter Olympics.
Rebensburg wins giant slalom; Mancuso 8th POSTED: Feb 25, 12:04p ET | UPDATED: Feb 25, 8:04p ET The Americans were held off the medal podium for the second consecutive Alpine event at Whistler Creekside on Thursday. Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg won the women's giant slalom in a two-run time of 2:27.11.