Stunning Moments From Day 14 of the Winter Olympics
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Published February 23, 2018
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Pool/Getty ImagesMaple GriefGermany's miracle run through the men's hockey tournament continues — upsetting defending champion Canada 4-3 to book a spot in the gold medal game against Russia.
Richard Heathcote/Getty ImagesTeenager DramaFifteen-year-old Alina Zagitova took figure skating gold after a brilliant free skate to edge her fellow Olympic athlete from Russia, 18-year-old Evgenia Medvedeva, and give OAR it's first gold medal of the Games.Marianna Massey/Getty ImagesChemistry 101The gold-medal winning USA women's hockey team are as close a group as they come.Matthias Hangst/Getty ImagesSwede SuccessFredrik Lindstroem finished off Sweden's gold medal performance in the men's 4x7.5km relay — taking down biathlon powerhouses Norway and Germany to win the event for the first time.Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty ImagesClockwork OranjeThe time difference between 1st and 2nd place in the men's 1000m was a minuscule .04 seconds - just enough for the Netherlands' Kjeld Nuis to take home his second speed skating gold of the Games.
Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty ImagesSwept AwayAfter winning gold in 2014, Canada leaves Pyeongchang empty-handed for the first time since curling made its Olympic return in 1998, falling 7-5 to Switzerland in the bronze medal match.Laurent Salino/Agence Zoom/Getty Images'Cross' CountryCanada took another women's ski cross gold medal - its third consecutive Olympic title - this time by Kelsey Serwa, who improved upon her silver from the 2014 Sochi Games.
Tom Pennington/Getty ImagesSled, White and BlueJustin Olsen pilots USA's 4-man bobsled through one of the 16 curves in the 0.85 mile-long track at Alpensia Sliding Center.
Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty ImagesEnd of an EraUSA speed skater Shani Davis, the first black athlete to win individual gold Winter Olympic history, skated his final race, taking seventh place in the 1000m. The 35-year-old, who participated in four Olympics, finishes his career with two golds and two silvers.
Maddie Meyer/Getty ImagesFrom Russia, With HugsFigure skaters Alina Zagitova (right) and Evgenia Medvedeva, gold and silver medal winners respectively, are fierce competitors on the ice but, above all else, teammates and countrywomen.
Clive Mason/Getty ImagesMissing LinkAmerican biathlete Tim Burke keeps his head in the Games during the 4x7.5km relay at Alpensia Biathlon Center.