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Members of the United States women's hockey team will have a tough time arguing there are more gold-medal contenders than two when their Olympic tournament starts Saturday in Sochi.
Shaun White saw the glassy sheen of the super-steep takeoff ramp and knew something bad was coming.
The pursuit of two-time Olympic medalist Dale Begg-Smith began before the Sochi Games even started - and not by competitors on a moguls course, but by reporters near the airport concourse.
Some members of the U.S. hockey team heading to the Sochi Games this weekend will be carrying some high-tech gear with them that will be kept under wraps.
Mikko Koivu's return to the Minnesota Wild likely won't come until after the Olympics, leaving his availability for Finland during the Winter Games in question.
A ragtag parade down the center of town marked the opening ceremonies of the first Winter Olympics.
The United States will play Turkey in the group stage of this summer's World Cup of Basketball in a rematch of the 2010 final.
Since women's ice hockey became an Olympic sport in Nagano in 1998, the United States and Canada have dominated the podium — winning every gold medal and all but one of the silvers.
Japanese ski jumper Sara Takanashi won her second World Cup event in two days on Sunday, cementing her status as favorite for Olympic gold in Sochi.