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1/13
Barnes gives up her spot for her sister
Tracy Barnes gave up her spot on the U.S. Olympic Biathlon Team to her sister, Lanny Barnes.
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2/13
Kearney comes up short
Hannah Kearney announced her retirement from the sport post-Sochi after her chances at Olympic history were dashed in the women's moguls. A popped-foot on the top of the moguls course cost her a shot at defending her Olympic title, and she would have to settle for a bronze.
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3/13
Lee Sang Hwa recieves gold in the 500m
Lee Sang Hwa of South Korea wells up as her national anthem was played after she received her gold for the 500m.
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4/13
Trankov and Volosozhar seize pairs gold for Russia
Maxim Trankov and Tatiana Volosozhar did host country Russia proud as they brought home gold in the pairs skate. Trankov slid to his knees and let out cries of joy when their free skate had concluded.
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5/13
Canada coach helps Russian skier
In a moment that epitomizes the Olympic spirit, Russian cross-country skier Anton Gafarov completed the men's semifinal despite multiple crashes and a shredded ski. Canadian ski coach Justin Wadsworth jumped onto the course to provide Gafarov with a replacement ski.
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