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6/13
Women jump into history
Carina Vogt of Germany pulls off an upset in the first Olympic women's ski jump competition.
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7/13
Bilodeau brothers share the flag
Alex Bilodeau of Canada shares his victory flag with his brother Frederic after taking gold in men's moguls. Frederic suffers from cerebral palsy. When interviewed, Alex dedicated the medal to his brother saying, "He has been an inspiration."
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8/13
Olympian saves strays
Gus Kenworthy, the silver medal recipient in men's slopestyle skiing, has been working to adopt a pack of strays living in a box outside the IBC. Response has been overwhelming from friends and family happy to adopt the dogs. To keep up to the minute on how the pups are doing, follow Kenworthy's #SochiStrays hashtag on Twitter.
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9/13
Christensen dedicates win to his dad
Joss Christensen honored his father who had passed in August, by winning the gold medal in men's slopestyle. "I'm definitely skiing for my father," Christensen said. "I hope I made him proud."
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10/13
Pikus-Pace completes her odyssey for Olympic hardware
Noelle Pikus-Pace has been through a lot. A broken leg caused by a runaway bobsled before the 2006 Games. A minor error in Vancouver to allow bronze to slip through her fingers. Retirement and raising two children on the road to Sochi. She returned to the sport two years ago, and now is the proud owner of women's skeleton silver.
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