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February 20th, 2014

Olympic Women’s Hockey: Don’t Diss Players For Wearing Makeup

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Come on, haters! How could some hockey fans take their eyes off the puck long enough to notice and mean-tweet that female hockey players shouldn’t wear makeup during the Olympics?!

The U.S. and Canadian Women’s Olympic hockey teams didn’t just battle each other in a nail-biting face-off Feb. 20, but they also had to fight off the dolts dissing them on Twitter for wearing makeup!
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February 20th, 2014

Olympic Hockey: Canada Defeats The U.S. In Overtime In Women’s Final

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The United States faced off against its neighbors from the north in the women’s hockey finals on Feb. 20, in the most nail-biting final in women’s hockey history.

Julie Chu and her merry band of Olympic hockey superstars faced off against their formidable rivals from the north in an intense, nail-biter of a hockey final that unfortunately ended in heartbreak — again — for the U.S. team.
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February 20th, 2014

Maddie Bowman Wins First Gold Medal In Women’s Freeski Halfpipe

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The skier had a flawless winning run on Feb. 20, which nabbed her the gold medal! We are so happy for her and thrilled for the US team.

Maddie Bowman has a lot to be thankful for! The 20-year-old joined the ranks of US’s men’s David Wise, who won the event on Feb. 18. She totally rocked the event and we were so happy for her!
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February 20th, 2014

Adelina Sotnikova Wins Gold In Olympic Figure Skating Finals

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Gracie Gold, Polina Edmunds, and Ashley Wagner skated their hearts out in the women’s free skating final on Feb. 20, but was it enough to earn a spot on the podium?

Gracie Gold, Polina Edmunds, and Ashley Wagner were all in serious medal contention when they entered the free skate Olympic finals on Feb. 20, but their efforts didn’t prove to be enough to beat Russian superstar Adelina Sotnikova. Find out where they placed below!
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February 20th, 2014

Ted Ligety Wins Olympic Gold Medal In Giant Slalom

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The USA gained another gold medal on Feb. 19, when Ted Ligety, 29, finished in first place in the men’s giant slalom event. Americans celebrated the sweet victory but Ted’s reaction was even sweeter!

It was his second career gold medal in the event, but Ted Ligety wanted this victory more than anything. The skier from Park City, Utah had been waiting for years for this moment, and he finished Wednesday’s giant slalom event in a fittingly dramatic way.
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February 20th, 2014

Olympic Men’s Hockey: USA Vs. Canada — Loser Keeps Justin Bieber?

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Forget gold medals; the real prize at the 2014 Olympics — or the booby prize, as it turns out — is none other than Justin Bieber!

To the victor go the spoilers, to the loser goes… the Biebs? The Twitterverse is abuzz with talk of deportation after someone suggested that the loser of the Olympic men’s hockey game between the United States and Canada, taking place Feb. 21, should have to keep Justin Bieber forever. Click here to read more

February 20th, 2014

Julia Lipnitskaia Falls & Loses Medal In Olympic Figure Skating Finals

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15-year-old Russian superstar Julia Lipnitskaia was heavily favored to win the individual gold in the Sochi games after her fantastic debut in the team skate, but a series of falls in her short and free skating programs led to heartbreak during the Feb. 20 grand finale.

Julia Lipnitskaia is going to have to wait until 2018 if she wants to nab that gold. The Russian teen sensation suffered a devastating fall in her routine of Feb. 20, knocking her out of contention.
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February 20th, 2014

Gracie Gold’s Bun & Polina Edmunds’ Hair Flowers — Get Olympic Looks

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The two teen American figure skaters are poised for greatness in their Olympic debut and they are looking great doing it! Here’s how you can get a winning look just like Gracie and Polina!

Gracie Gold, 18, and Polina Edmunds, 15, made America proud as they skated their hearts out on Feb. 19 in Sochi, Russia during the 2014 Winter Olympics. They both looked amazing on the ice during their shining moment — get their beauty looks below!
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February 20th, 2014

Polina Edmunds — U.S. Figure Skater Stuns In Olympic Debut

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When three figure skaters take their final bow on that podium on Feb. 20, one of them could very well be 15-year-old Californian Polina Edmunds. Polina was more than solid in her short form debut on Feb. 19, earning enough points to leave her in serious medal contention for the big finale.

15-year-old Polina Edmunds definitely made her mark on the Sochi Olympic Games on Feb. 19, with a beautiful short skate program that briefly put the California teen in first place.
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February 20th, 2014

Yulia Lipnitskaya: Russian Skater, 15, Falls During Short Program — Watch

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Poor Yulia! At the young age of 15, she is competing in her first Olympics ever. While many had high expectations, the skater landed in only fifth place on Feb. 19, after a shocking fall during the short program!

Yulia Lipnitskaya still impressed when she took the ice in her first ever run as a solo act at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. The young skater from Russia scored only a 65.23, though, after taking a tragic fall during her triple flip at the end of her routine. See the shocking fall here.
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February 19th, 2014

Gracie Gold In Medal Contention After Flawless Olympic Short Program

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U.S. figure skating sweetheart Gracie Gold came one step closer to earning that last name after her stellar short program on Feb. 19 left her in medal contention.

Gracie Gold is not going to rest until she lives up to that oh-so-perfect last name. The 18-year-old figure skater placed fourth in the short program on Feb. 19, leaving her one step closer to Olympic glory.
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February 19th, 2014

Olympics: U.S. Women Make History With Silver And Bronze In Bobsled

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The United States Olympic team added two more medals to their already impressive count on Feb. 19, as the women took home the silver and bronze in the bobsled event.

Congratulations are in order for Elana MeyersLauryn WilliamsJamie Greubel, and Aja Evans of Team U.S.A. — all four ladies took home medals on Feb. 19 in the Sochi Winter Olympics bobsled event!
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