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Day 13: February 18, 1998

u.s. men's hockey

U.S. Czechs Out Meekly, 4-1
U.S. men eliminated after they can't solve Dominik Hasek and the Czech Republic, 4-1.
(Reuters)

Ice Hockey Section | Story


The Day's Headlines
Stone, Bergoust Give U.S. Sweep
Aerialists soar, flip and twist to gold medals.

Freestyle Skiing Section
Story


Kwan, Lipinski Top Short Program
U.S. 1-2 after impeccable short programs.

Figure Skating Section
Story


From Unknown to Slalom Favorite
U.S. hopes ride with Kristina Koznick.

Alpine Skiing Section
Story


Columns
They Were Dreaming, All Right
Michael Wilbon: U.S. team's on-ice play not as sorry as its excuses afterward.

Column

It's Kwan's Time
Jennifer Frey: These Winter Games belong to Michelle Kwan.

Column

Notebook
2 More Test Positive for Marijuana
Athletes won't be disciplined, though.

Notebook

Medalists
Freestyle Skiing
Women's Aerials
Gold: Nikki Stone, U.S.
Silver: Xu Nannan, China
Bronze: Colette Brand, Switzerland
 Story
 Results

Freestyle Skiing
Men's Aerials
Gold: Eric Bergoust, U.S.
Silver: Sebastien Foucras, France
Bronze: Dmitri Dashchinsky, Belarus
 Story
 Results

Biathlon
Women's 4X7.5K Relay
Gold: Germany
Silver: Russia
Bronze: Norway
 Story
 Results


Quote of the Day
"This was the biggest waste of time, ever. I hate to be negative, but this is disgusting. We deserve to be out of it; we didn't play well from the start. ... We were just a big disappointment."

Keith Tkachuk after the U.S. men's hockey team was eliminated by the Czech Republic

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