Day 14 belonged to Kim Yu-Na. The 19-year old from South Korea turned in a world-record on her way to winning gold in Women's Figure Skating, turning the competition into a one-woman show. Canadian Joannie Rochette gave a courageous performance for the bronze medal. America was left off the podium for the first time since 1964.
Two powers met for the gold medal in women's hockey, and it was Canada coming out on top, blanking the United States 2-0 for their third straight Olympic title. Earlier in the day, Finland beat Sweden for the bronze.
History was made in Nordic Combined when Bill Demong won the Individual Long Hill/10km, giving America its first ever gold in Nordic Combined since the Olympic inception of the sport in 1924. Teammate Johnny Spillane finished second, winning his third silver of the games.
The Women's Giant Slalom finally finished their weather-interrupted competition with the second run Thursday morning. In a surprise, the gold medal went to Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg, who won by just 0.04 seconds. Julia Mancuso finished eighth, and took time afterward to downplay and tensions between her and Lindsey Vonn. Speaking of her teammate, Vonn will indeed ski in Friday's Slalom, the final event of women's alpine, despite her broken pinkie.
The Curling medal game matchups have been determined. On the women's side, Sweden will be facing Canada for the gold, while China and Switzerland will play for bronze. Meanwhile, in the men's bracket, it's the Swedish and the Swiss facing off for bronze, and Norway (and their pants) against the juggernaut Canada in the gold medal game on Friday.
Norway won gold in the Women's Cross Country 4x5km Relay with a dominating performance ... American Jeret "Speedy" Peterson landed his "Hurricane," but it was only good enough for silver in Men's Aerials.