Figure skating: As expected, South Korean skating queen Kim Yu-Na ruled the ice at the Pacific Coliseum, dominating the ladies' short program to win her country's first gold medal in figure skating. Japan's Mao Asada took silver, and home favorite Joannie Rochette of Canada wound up with bronze. (More)
Alpine skiing: Viktoria Rebensburg, who has just one podium finish in 52 World Cup starts, raced to a surprise victory in the women's giant slalom on Thursday. "Unbelievable, unbelievable, unbelievable," said the 20-year-old German after her win. Slovenia's Tina Maze nabbed silver -- her second in Vancouver -- and Julia Mancuso led the Americans in eighth. (More)
Cross-country: Marit Bjørgen turned on the afterburners in the final leg of the women's 4x5-kilometer relay to lead her Norwegian team to victory over Germany. It was Bjørgen's third gold medal of the games. (More)
Nordic combined: American Bill Demong won gold in the individual large hill final thanks to an assist from Mother Nature. Demong enjoyed clear skies for his leap in the morning ski-jumping session then watched as heavy wind and rain rolled in to wreak havoc with most of his rivals. It was the first-ever Nordic gold for the United States. Fellow American Johnny Spillane took silver, his third runner-up finish of the games. (More)
Freestyle skiing: Jeret Peterson landed his trademark "Hurricane" jump, but it wasn't enough to overhaul Belarus' Alexei Grishin, who edged the American by just 1.2 points to take gold in the men's aerials event. Grishin's victory gave Belarus its first-ever gold at a Winter Olympics. (More)
Hockey: Marie-Philip Poulin scored two goals in the first period to lead Canada to a 2-0 shutout of the U.S. in the women's gold-medal game. It was the third consecutive Olympic title for the Canadian women. (More)
Alpine skiing: Much ado about nothing? Julia Mancuso addressed the notion of her perceived tiff with teammate Lindsey Vonn on Thursday, saying things had simply "been taken a little out of proportion." (More)
Curling: Skip Kevin Martin, undefeated through nine games in Vancouver, will look to keep his team's perfect streak alive when Canada goes up against Norway in Saturday's gold-medal game. Canada upended Sweden, 6-3, to book its ticket into the final, and Norway topped Switzerland, 7-5, in Thursday's other semifinal. (More)
Hockey: Finland's Karoliina Rantamaki bounced the puck off of a Swedish player to score the winning goal in the women's bronze-medal game. It was the second Olympic bronze medal for the Finns, who finished third in Nagano in 1988. (More)
Alpine skiing: After skiing out in the super-combined and giant slalom, Lindsey Vonn has vowed to race in Friday's slalom, her last chance for a medal in Vancouver. Vonn, who broke her pinkie during a crash in Wednesday's GS, will wear a brace on her damaged digit. (More)
Luge: Hoping to avoid a repeat of the tragedy that marred the opening day in Vancouver, IOC chief Jacques Rogge has urged Sochi organizers to make safety their top priority when building the luge track for the 2014 Games. (More)
Hockey: Alexander Medvedev, the head of Russia's KHL pro hockey league, says he understands NHL commissioner Gary Bettman's reservations with regard to sending NHL players to the Olympics but insists that it "would be crazy" to keep stars like Sidney Crosby from going to Sochi. (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.