Day 13: February 18, 1998
U.S. Czechs Out Meekly, 4-1
U.S. men eliminated after they can't solve Dominik Hasek and the Czech Republic, 4-1.
Ice Hockey Section | Story
The Day's Headlines
Stone, Bergoust Give U.S. Sweep
flip and twist to gold medals.
Freestyle Skiing Section
Kwan, Lipinski Top Short Program
U.S. 1-2 after impeccable short programs.
Figure Skating Section
From Unknown to Slalom Favorite
U.S. hopes ride with Kristina Koznick.
Alpine Skiing Section
They Were Dreaming, All Right
Michael Wilbon: U.S. team's on-ice play not as sorry as its excuses afterward.
It's Kwan's Time
Jennifer Frey: These Winter Games belong to Michelle Kwan.
2 More Test Positive for Marijuana
Athletes won't be disciplined, though.
Gold: Nikki Stone, U.S.
Silver: Xu Nannan, China
Bronze: Colette Brand, Switzerland
Gold: Eric Bergoust, U.S.
Silver: Sebastien Foucras, France
Bronze: Dmitri Dashchinsky, Belarus
Women's 4X7.5K Relay
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