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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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Topic - Anastasiya Kuzmina
Darya Domracheva's dream to be a flag bearer for Belarus at the Sochi Olympics has come true, just four days after she turned down a chance to carry the red and green flag in the games' opening ceremony.
Her strong run to gold in Sunday's 7.5-kilometer sprint has earned Anastasiya Kuzmina of Slovakia a useful head start in the second women's biathlon event at the Sochi Olympics.
Anastasiya Kuzmina of Slovakia defends Olympic title in women's biathlon 7.5K sprint.
Less than 24 hours after her younger brother just missed out on an Olympic medal, Anastasiya Kuzmina succeeded - and then dedicated her gold medal to him.
Skiing sisters Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe won over many new fans as the first Canadian siblings to medal in the same Olympic event. But in a packed news conference Sunday, Chloe wept as she reflected on two of their most important: their parents.