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South Korea's Kim Yu-na wins the figure skating gold medal after shattering her previous world record score by more than 18 points.

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Canada ends 50 years of Olympic hockey frustration against Russia with a one-sided 7-3 rout of the defending world champions.

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Zach Parise scores twice in the third period, and the top-seeded U.S. men take a tense 2-0 victory over Switzerland.

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Women's figure skating begins at the Olympics on Tuesday with the short program. Thirty skaters will participate with strong competition from Japan, Canada and Korea.

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Flashy, colorful and sometimes downright bizarre, the outfits in figure skating often get as much buzz as the footwork

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Brian Rafalski scores two goals and sets up another as the Americans stun gold-medal favorite Canada to secure a spot in the quarterfinals of the men's Olympic hockey tournament.

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Alex Ovechkin's open-ice hit on Jaromir Jagr is the highlight in Russia's 4-2 victory over the Czech Republic.

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Figure skater Mirai Nagasu, 16, will represent the United States in the Vancouver Games.

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Rachael Flatt, 17, will represent the Americans at the Vancouver Games.

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Lindsey Vonn, 25, is living up to expectations at the Winter Olympics -- already winning the downhill gold and the super-G bronze. She has two more chances at the podium: the giant slalom and the slalom.

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Russia's men's ice hockey team, featuring Capitals Alex Ovechkin, Alexander Semin and Semyon Varlamov, practices ahead of its Olympic opener Tuesday against Latvia.

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Post columnist Tracee Hamilton talks with Ivan Carter about the death of a luger from the Republic of Georgia during a training run and the health of downhill skier Lindsey Vonn.

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Apolo Anton Ohno already has won five Olympic medals and could add to that total in Vancouver.

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Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin will lead the Russian hockey team in the tournament at the 2010 Vancouver Games.

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Snowboarder Shaun White enters the Vancouver Winter Games as perhaps the most recognizable U.S. Olympian.

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