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Day 3: February 8, 1998



Women Make History on Ice
Tara Mounsey (in blue) helped make history with a goal in the U.S. win over China.
(Denis Paquin/AP)

Ice Hockey Section | Story


The Day's Headlines
Romme Speeds to World Record
5,000-meter mark falls to the Dutchman.

Speedskating Section
Story


Short Program Long on Debate
American pair has clean program, low scores.

Figure Skating Section
Story


More Snow, More Delays
Heavy snow scrambles Alpine schedule again.

Alpine Skiing Section
Story


Columns
For Women, Goals Didn't Come Easy
Michael Wilbon: Women's building a tradition.

Column

Notebook
A Paper Cut
An entry form dispute sidelines U.S. skater.

Notebook

Medalists
Speedskating
Men's 5,000K
Gold: Gianni Romme, Netherlands
Silver: Rintje Ritsma, Netherlands
Bronze: Bart Veldkamp, Belgium
 Story
 Results

Cross Country
Men's 30K Classical
Gold: Mika Myllylae, Finland
Silver: Erling Jevne, Norway
Bronze: Silvio Fauner, Italy
 Story
 Results

Biathlon
Women's 15K
Gold: Yekaterina Dafovska, Bulgaria
Silver: Yelena Petrova, Ukraine
Bronze: Ursula Disl, Germany
 Story
 Results


Quote of the Day
"It's not just a man's game anymore. We really feel like we're out here paving the way for all the women behind us."

Women's hockey player Cammi Granato, after the U.S. team defeated China, 5-0, in its first Olympic hockey game.

 Story





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