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Day 10: February 15, 1998

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Maier Roars; Street Sinks to 6th
A stunning victory for Hermann Maier; cautious Street finishes a disappointing sixth.
(Luca Bruno/AP)

Alpine Skiing Section | Story


The Day's Headlines
U.S. Falls Short Against Canada
Patrick Roy keeps the Americans on ice, 4-1.

Ice Hockey Section
Story


Canada, Italy Fit to Be Tied
Canada, Italy finish bobsled in a dead heat.

Bobsled Section
Story


Dutch Can Sprint, Too
Former all-around champ Ids Postma delivers.

Speedskating Section
Story


Swiss Knock Out Canadian Curlers
Swiss jump out to a big lead for the upset.

Curling Section
Story


Judgment Day
Calls ring out for reforms of ice dance judging.

Figure Skating Section
Story


Columns
The Mysteries of Curling Unfold
Michael Wilbon: Curling is the weirdest thing you've ever seen in your life.

Column

And the Winners Are ...
Leonard Shapiro: Singling out the best and worst of CBS's coverage to date.
Column

Notebook
More Darts for CBS
IOC chief unhappy after "ambush" interview.

Notebook

Medalists
Bobsled
Two-Man
Gold: Canada
Gold: Italy
Bronze: Germany
 Story
 Results

Speedskating
Men's 1,000M
Gold: Ids Postma, Netherlands
Silver: Jan Bos, Netherlands
Bronze: Hiroyasu Shimizu, Japan
 Story
 Results

Cross Country
Women's 4X5K Relay
Gold: Russia
Silver: Norway
Bronze: Italy
 Story
 Final Results

Alpine Skiing
Men's Super-G
Gold: Hermann Maier, Austria
Silver: Didier Cuche, Switzerland
Silver: Hans Knauss, Austria
 Story
 Results

Alpine Skiing
Women's Downhill
Gold: Katja Seizinger, Germany
Silver: Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden
Bronze: Florence Masnada, France
 Story
 Final Results

Curling
Men's
Gold: Switzerland
Silver: Canada
Bronze: Norway
 Story
 Results


Quote of the Day
"Can you imagine if we tied this thing? It would be incredible."

Canada's Pierre Lueders, commenting to Italy's Guenther Huber, just before their final bobsled run that ended with the two-man teams tied for the gold for the first time in Winter Olympic history.

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