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Topic - Adler Arena
Jorien ter Mors' busy day started with an Olympic record. It ended without the medal and piece of history she was hoping for.
Sven Kramer is going for the gold medal he inexplicably threw away four years ago when he was disqualified for a bad lane change late in the 10,000 meters.
The 1,500 meters has always been considered the King of Races in speedskating. At the Sochi Games, Saturday's event throws up plenty of pretenders to the throne, from the United States to Belgium and, of course, the dominant Dutch.
Sven Kramer is searching for the peace of mind that has often eluded him at the Winter Olympics.