Maddie Meyer/Getty ImagesRussia HouseGangneung Ice Arena saw dominant short programs by Olympic Athlete From Russia, the best by 15-year-old Alina Zagitova, whose record score of 82.92 puts her in first place going into Friday's free skate.
Tom Pennington/Getty ImagesComeback CompleteIn the final Olympic downhill race of her legendary skiing career, USA’s Lindsey Vonn took bronze — her first Olympic medal since the 2010 Vancouver Games.
Lars Baron/Getty ImagesHistory MadeKikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins (pictured) sprinted to USA's first-ever cross-country skiing gold.
Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesCzeched OutAny chance at a miracle run for the USA men’s hockey team was cut short, as they lost in a penalty shootout to the Czech Republic.
Quinn Rooney/Getty Images'Le' The Man!Canada's Brady Leman (left), who just missed out on a medal in Sochi, took gold in men’s ski cross.
Chris Graythen/Getty Images[N]O, CanadaFor the first time in 20 years, the Canadians will go home empty handed in women’s curling — eliminated from medal contention after suffering a 6-5 loss to Great Britain in prelims.
Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesGolden GoggiaItaly's Sofia Goggia spoiled the party for Lindsey Vonn, speeding to gold to become the country's first-ever female downhill champion.
Nils Petter Nilsson/Getty ImagesSimply the BjestUSA may have taken the gold in dramatic fashion, but no Winter Olympian in now more decorated than Norway's Marit Bjorgen (right), who racked up her record 14th career medal with a bronze in the team sprint.
Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty ImagesNorway? Way.After knocking off defending champion Netherlands in the semifinals — in Olympic record time — the Norwegians stunned South Korea in the final to take gold in men's speed skating team pursuit.
Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesSweden StunnedPatrick Reimer's overtime goal lifted Germany to a 4-3 upset victory over top-seeded Sweden — and a spot in the men's hockey semi-finals.