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Topic - Olga Graf
Ireen Wust held up three fingers.
The Russians are on the board at the Sochi Games.
German veteran Claudia Pechstein wanted a medal in the 3,000 meters to get back at speedskating authorities who forced her to miss the last Olympics.
The race went perfectly for Olga Graf.
Ireen Wust of the Netherlands claimed a speedskating gold medal at her third straight Winter Olympics, knocking off defending champion Martina Sablikova in the 3,000 meters Sunday.
A moment of triumph nearly turned embarrassing for Russian speedskater Olga Graf.
Fourth placed Russia's Olga Graf acknowledges the crowd after competing in the women's 5,000-meter speedskating race at the Adler Arena Skating Center during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014.
"For me it is hard to be fourth. Now I hope for the race of my life in the 5,000," she said of the longest distance race where she has already won 3 golds, a silver and bronze over 22 years.