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Day 5: February 10, 1998

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Picabo! U.S. Finally Sees Gold
Picabo Street wins the Super-G by an astoundingly close one-hundredth of a second.
(Associated Press)

Alpine Skiing Section | Story


The Day's Headlines
Moseley Strikes Gold
Freestyler breaks the ice for the U.S.

Freestyle Skiing Section
Story


IOC Strips Snowboarder of Gold
Canadian will appeal IOC's decision.

Snowboard Section
Story


Russians Win a Pair in Pairs
Russians finish one-two in pairs.

Figure Skating Section
Story


Sprint Captivates Japan
Hiroyasu Shimizu wins landmark gold.

Speedskating Section
Story


Finn Wins 90-Meter Ski Jump
Japan's Masahiko Harada falters again.

Nordic Skiing Section
Story


Instant Shutout
Capitals' Kolzig too late to help Germany.

Ice Hockey Section
Story


Columns
Let Them Be
Michael Wilbon: Don't sell the Kenyans short.

Column

Notebook
U.S. Bobsledder Out
Dionne loses appeal of his suspension.

Notebook

Medalists
Alpine Skiing
Women's Super G
Gold: Picabo Street, U.S.
Silver: Michaela Dorfmeister, Austria
Bronze: Alexandra Meissnitzer, Austria
 Story
 Results

Speedskating
Men's 500
Gold: Hiroyasu Shimizu, Japan
Silver: Jeremy Wotherspoon, Canada
Bronze: Kevin Overland, Canada
 Story
 Results

Figure Skating
Pairs
Gold: Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev, Russia
Silver: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze, Russia
Bronze: Mandy Wotzel & Ingo Steuer, Germany
 Story
 Results

Ski Jumping
Normal Hill
Gold: Jani Soininen, Finland
Silver: Kazuyoshi Funaki, Japan
Bronze: Andreas Widhoelzl, Austria
 Story
 Final Results

Freestyle Skiing
Moguls
Gold: Jonny Moseley, U.S.
Silver: Janne Lahtela, Finland
Bronze: Sami Mustonen, Finland
 Story
 Results

Biathlon
Men's 20K
Gold: Halvard Hanevold, Norway
Silver: Pier Alberto Carrara, Italy
Bronze: Aleksei Aidarov, Belarus
 Story
 Final Results


Quote of the Day
"I am so happy to have my dream to be the Olympic champ in the 500 meters. My father in heaven is the first person I want to tell about my being Olympic champion."

Speedskater Hiroyasu Shimizu on winning Japan's first medal of the Games in the 500 meters.
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