With five victories on Sunday, South Korea was the big winner at the ISU World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Elsewhere, Americans J.R. Celski and Katherine Reutter took third in the 1000m races, and the U.S. men's relay was second.
The story on Day 1 of the short track worlds was South Korea and its two gold medals. On Saturday, it was China's turn. Wenhao Liang and Wang Meng won the men's and women's 500m events to sweep the Saturday race schedule.
With his three podium finishes, American Apolo Ohno made history in Vancouver. His eight career medals make him the most successful U.S. winter Olympian of all time. Will he return for the 2014 Games in Sochi and, if so, in what capacity?
Short track speed skating at the Pacific Coliseum featured thrills, memorable spills and all-time records. Pictures sometimes tell a better story than words, so we compiled a collection of some of the more riveting images. See for yourself.
America's trio of short track stars -- Katherine Reutter, Apolo Ohno and J.R. Celski -- did not disappoint in Vancouver. Ohno made history and the other two won the first Olympic medals of their careers. "I feel complete," Reutter said on Day 15.
Katherine Reutter's first Olympics ended where she hoped it would: on the podium. On Day 15, she won the 1000m silver medal.
Apolo Ohno capped his 2010 Olympics with a bronze medal in the men's relay, bumping his career medal haul to eight.
Short track takes place on a 111.12-meter oval laid out on an indoor rink built to international ice hockey dimensions. There are no lanes. Only the turns are marked.
Apolo Ohno became the most successful U.S. winter Olympian ever on Day 9. Is anyone else in his class?
On Day 2, Latvia's Haralds Silovs skated into the record books by competing in both short and long track events.