Alpine: After all the talk about weather delays and injured shins, the women's downhill was all about results. At the end of the day in Whistler, standing tallest on the podium were Americans Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso, who won gold and silver, respectively. Afterward, Vonn called her victory, "The best thing that's happened to me in my life." (More)
Cross-Country: Veteran Marit Bjørgen of Norway finally earned her first Olympic gold, winning the women's individual cross-country sprint. The world's best female cross-country sprinter Petra Majdic of Slovenia endured a rough fall just before qualification yet still managed to finish third. On the men's side, Russia's Nikita Kriukov edged countryman Alexander Panzhinskiy in a dramatic photo finish to win the gold medal in the individual classic cross-country sprint. (More)
Curling: The Americans are still winless in Olympic curing as skip Debbie McCormick 's squad fell 6-5 to Germany in its second match of the nine-game, round-robin schedule. The Chinese women, the reigning world champions, were upset by Britian in their Olympic opening match. On the men's side, John Shuster 's foursome fell 7-6 to Switzerland for their second straight defeat. (More)
Snowboard: In one of the most hyped events of the Vancouver Games, Shaun White proved why he is king of the halfpipe. The redheaded shredder capped his gold-medal night with his signature trick -- the dangerous, spiraling Double McTwist 1260 during a victory lap that will go down as nothing short of epic. (More)
Highlights from Steve Holcomb's momentous first two runs on Feb. 26, Day 15 of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games. The Utah native's "Night Train" crew chats about their solid lead ahead of Canada's Lyndon Rush and Germany's Andre Lange.
John Papa and Duncan Kennedy discuss Steve Holcomb's lead halfway through the four-man bobsled competition and their predictions for Saturday's final two heats. Lewis Johnson also caught up with USA-2's John Napier, who was one of six sleds that experienced the wrath of the 50-50 curve on Friday, Day 15 of the 2010 Winter Games.