Winter Olympics 2014: The best photos from Day 4 in Sochi

The best photos from the rinks, slides and slopes of Sochi on Sunday, February 9, Day 4 at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Anders Jacobsen of Norway in the men's normal hill. Yes, that's the "normal" hill. (Lars Baron/Getty Images)

Felix Loch of Germany won back-to-back gold in men's luge, if that wasn't obvious. (Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

Jamie Anderson, America's second Sochi gold medalist. (Kevin Liles/USA Today Sports)

Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir compete in the team free skate. (Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

A Russian man sits in the audience during the team figure skating final at Iceberg Skating Palace. (Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports)

Aerials training. (Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

American figure skater Gracie Gold waits for her scores during the ladies' free skate in the team competition. (Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports)

Russia and Germany do battle in Group B women's hockey action. (Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports)

Biathlon. Here, Annelies Cook of the USA takes a shot during the 7.5km sprint. (Harry How/Getty Images)

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