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Topic - Shani Davis
Ireen Wust of the Netherlands won the World Cup 1,500-meter title Friday, making up in some small way for having to settle for silver in the same event at the Winter Olympics.
Heather Richardson of the United States did it again on Saturday, claiming her second speedskating World Cup win over 500 meters one day after her first.
Shani Davis wanted to end his Olympic career with a flourish. Instead, one of America's greatest speedskaters endured a miserable time with the rest of his U.S. teammates at the Sochi Games.
Shani Davis is done skating at the Sochi Olympics.
Shani Davis turned to a cartoon character to sum up the American speedskating collapse at these Winter Olympics.
With two more defeats Friday, the U.S. speedskaters completed a stunning flop on the sport's biggest stage, assuring their first medal shutout since 1984.
Shani Davis never thought it would come to this.
With the Winter Olympics winding down, there's more dissension for U.S. Speedskating.
Shani Davis and the rest of U.S. speedskating pursuit team finished up their last hard lap of the training session, then coasted around the oval with hands on their knees.
One of the closest races in Olympic speedskating history came down to a final lunge of the skate - then a few more agonizing seconds to figure out who won.
Zbigniew Brodka knocked off Shani Davis and all the other big names in the men's 1,500 meters, capturing Poland's first gold medal in Olympic speedskating Saturday.
U.S. speedskaters are frustrated as they search for answers after coming short in another Olympic race Saturday.
When U.S. Speedskating hooked up with Under Armour to develop a new high-tech skinsuit that would revolutionize the sport at the Winter Olympics, the vision was gold, silver and bronze.
U.S. speedskaters were looking to rebound from an awful start at the Sochi Olympics by slipping back into old suits that should have been made obsolete by new high-tech gear.
They were touted as the fastest speedskating suits in the world.
"We came in being one of the most decorated (skating teams) in the Winter Olympics and we come away with zero medals," Davis said. "It's horrible."
"I know that I had it within me to do great things," he said. "Four years down the road, you never know because there's always new talents coming along; people are younger, they want to get the medals."