Russia RUS-1 bobsled team, with Alexander Zubkov, Alexey Negodaylo, Dmitry Trunenkov, and Alexey Voevoda, jump onto the medal stand after winning gold on Sunday. On the last day of the Sochi Games, Russia had already secured the top spot in the overall medal count. Dita Alangkara/AP hide caption

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Ted Ligety Tames The Giant Slalom In Sochi
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Canada's E.J. Harnden delivers the rock during a curling training session in Sochi. "We like to think of ourselves as athletes now and not just curlers," he says. Wong Maye-E/AP hide caption

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Canadian Athletes Pumped To Show The Fitter Side Of Curling
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Longtime Pair Take Home First American Ice Dancing Gold
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Anticipation Grows That U.S. Ice Dancing Duo Will Win Gold
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Between U.S. And Russian Hockey, A Different Kind Of Cold War
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Where Does The U.S. Stand In The Olympic Medal Count?
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In Olympic First, Women Ski Jumpers Shatter Glass Ceiling
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Lindsey Van trains in Sochi on Sunday. Van has spent the past decade fighting for female ski jumpers to be allowed to compete at the Olympics. Lars Baron/Getty Images hide caption

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The rival teams have already clashed during a Sochi Olympics preparation game last December. They will face each other in an early round game Wednesday. Abelimages/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. And Canadian Women's Hockey Brings Plenty Of Heat To The Ice
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Despite German Domination, More Athletes Drawn To Luge
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