National Women's Hockey League player Ashley Johnston of the New York Riveters celebrates her goal with her teammates in a game against the Connecticut Whale in October. The game was part of a breast cancer awareness event, and the Riveters wore pink jerseys instead of their normal white. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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Women's Hockey Takes Stage As New Pro Sports League

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Do You Want To Build A Lawsuit? China Totally Copied 'Frozen,' Kid Says

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Boosters of Kazakhstan's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics rally in Almaty as they wait for word of whether their city won. It didn't, forcing Kazakhstan back to the drawing board for ways to achieve international recognition. Corey Flintoff/NPR hide caption

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Some Kazakhs Celebrate The Loss Of The 2022 Winter Olympics

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U.S. skater Jessica Smith, in black, is among the Americans who have been kept off the podium in Sochi despite strong performances leading up to the Winter Games. Smith's private coach is Jae Su Chun, who is under a two-year suspension from the International Skating Union. Damien Meyer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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America's Erin Hamlin broke a 50-year drought Tuesday, winning the first singles luge medal for the U.S. at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Julian Finney/Getty Images hide caption

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Devin Logan practices during a ski slopestyle training session in Sochi on Friday. She says she doesn't stress about competing, even on a course that some have called dangerous. "What we do is scary in general," she says. "But we know how to do it." Cameron Spencer/Getty Images hide caption

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Slopestyle Skier Devin Logan Keeps It Cool, But She's 'All In'

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Jason Brown skates during this year's U.S. Figure Skating Championships at TD Garden in Boston. After his free skate was watched more than 3 million times on YouTube, he said, "I don't know how it happened. ... I'm so shocked, beyond shocked. It's so surreal to me." Jared Wickerham/Getty Images hide caption

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'Crazy' And 'Surreal': Figure Skater Jason Brown's Road To Sochi

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The loo for two in Sochi: BBC correspondent Steve Rosenberg snapped this picture in the men's room at the cross-country skiing and biathlon center. AP hide caption

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