Winter Olympics Day 11 Results: Canada Wins Ice Dance Gold While U.S. Curling Struggles Continue

History was made on the ice rink Monday. Well, Ice Dance history was made at least. Canada's team of Virtue and Moir became the first ever North American team to win gold in ice dancing at the Olympics, holding of Americans Davis and White, who took home the silver medal. 

In Women's Hockey, Team USA advance to its third gold medal final, routing Sweden, 9-1. On Thursday, the Americans will face the Canadian women in the gold medal match. The host country advanced with their 5-0 win over Finland Monday night

The Austrians flew their way to gold in the Ski Jumping Team competition, defending their win in the 2006 Games, led by 20-year old Gregor Schlierenzauer, who soared a record 146.5m in the final jump.

In Cross-Country Skiing Team Sprints, Norway won men's gold, and Germany took home gold in the women's event. 

On the Curling sheets, it was another disappointing day for the U.S. teams. The men were officially eliminated with a 5-3 loss to the powerhouse Canadian team. Meanwhile, the women, who had an off day Monday, are just 2-5, with two games remaining. 

More: SB Nation's full coverage of the Winter Olympics and the 2010 Winter Olympics Medal Count Tracker.

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