2018 Winter Olympics: Results Feb. 15

Ashton Voorhees, Reporter

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Notable American Results: It was a disappointing day in regards to medals for the United States after Mikaela Shiffrin failed to medal and the United States couldn’t pick up a single medal in any other event. Shiffrin ended up finishing fourth in the Slalom, with Frida Hansdotter from Sweden taking the gold. Wendy Holdener from Switzerland and Katharina Gallhuber from Austria taking silver and bronze in the event respectively. The U.S. hockey team was able to scrape a 2-1 win over Slovakia after an opening loss to Slovenia.

Other Notable Results: Norway inched into the lead ahead of Germany by two medals thanks to a silver medal in Cross-Country Skiing from Simen Hegstad Kreuger, and a bronze medal from Kjetil Jansrud in the Men’s Super-G event in Alpine Skiing. South Korea’s Yun Sungbin was also able to please the host country fans with a gold medal in the skeleton.

What to Watch For: Lindsey Vonn will look for Olympic redemption after missing the Sochi Olympics in the Super-G, gold medals will be awarded in the Speed Skating as well as figure Figure Skating, and the U.S. men’s Hockey team will face off against Russia in the last match of their preliminaries.

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