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Day 9: February 14, 1998

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Kulik Wins Gold, Eldredge Flops
Russian Ilia Kulik wins the gold medal; American Todd Eldredge slips to fourth.
(AP Photo)

Figure Skating Section | Story


The Day's Headlines
U.S. Women Rush Toward Gold
Canada falls, 7-4, in gold medal preview.

Ice Hockey Section
Story


In 500, Canadians Finish 1-2
Le May-Doan's gold caps rise from nowhere.

Speedskating Section
Story


U.S. Wins, but Questions Persist
Americans beat Belarus, but not convincingly.

Ice Hockey Section
Story


U.S. Men Swept Away
Norway holds on to early lead in curling.

Curling Section
Story


Columns
Eldredge Is Safe, Then Sorry
Jennifer Frey: Skater chose the safe program and, with no excuses, got what he deserved.

Column

The Best Game on Ice
Michael Wilbon: Olympic-style hockey is simply better. Is the NHL watching?
Column

Notebook
USOC Marketing Boss Unhappy
He accuses CBS of making bad decisions.

Notebook

Medalists
Figure Skating
Men's Singles
Gold: Ilia Kulik, Russia
Silver: Elvis Stojko, Canada
Bronze: Phillippe Candeloro, France
 Story
 Results

Curling
Women
Gold: Canada
Silver: Denmark
Bronze: Sweden
 Story
 Results

Speedskating
Women's 500M
Gold: Catriona LeMay-Doan, Canada
Silver: Susan Auch, Canada
Bronze: Tomomi Okazaki, Japan
 Story
 Results

Ski Jumping
Large Hill
Gold: Kazuyoshi Funaki, Japan
Silver: Jani Soininen, Finland
Bronze: Masahiko Harada, Japan
 Story
 Results


Quote of the Day
"I'm standing here with water in my pants."

U.S. women's head coach Herwig Demschar, after rain, snow and lightning wiped out the women's downhill and the men's Super-G.

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