2. Bobsledder Johnny Quinn breaks through his bathroom door after getting trapped inside.
5. Snowboarder Jamie Anderson wins gold in the Olympic debut of women’s slopestyle.
6. U.S. figure skating wins bronze in the first-ever team competition.
7. Julia Mancuso adds to her historic medal count, capturing bronze in super-combined.
Mancuso now has four Olympic medals in Alpine skiing, the most of any US woman.
8. Freeskier Gus Kenworthy vows to adopt stray puppies in Sochi, becomes Olympic heartthrob.
10. Cross-country skier Sophie Caldwell finishes in sixth place, the best ever for a U.S. female Olympian.
Caldwell suffered a fall in the final, causing her to immediately drop to sixth place out of the six competitors in the last round. Still — not bad.
11. Devin Logan captures silver in the Olympic debut of women’s ski slopestyle.
12. Kaitlyn Farrington and Kelly Clark take gold and bronze, respectively, in women’s snowboard halfpipe.
Kaitlyn Farrington (middle) and Kelly Clark (right).
15. Noelle Pikus-Pace wins silver in women’s skeleton after coming out of retirement.
The 31-year-old mother of two missed the Torino Games after shattering her right leg and was just a tenth of a second short of a medal in Vancouver.
17. First-time Olympian Matt Antoine breaks a 12-year medal drought by winning the bronze in men’s skeleton.
19. Meryl Davis and Charlie White become the first American Olympic champions in ice dancing.
21. Alex Deibold wins bronze in snowboardcross.
In 2010, Deibold served as the wax technician for the U.S. snowboard team in Vancouver. This was his first Olympics as an athlete.
22. David Wise wins gold in the Olympic debut of ski halfpipe.
24. Team USA finishes second and third in women’s two-man bobsled.
From left: US silver medalists pilot Elana Meyers and brakewoman Lauryn Williams, US bronze medalist pilot Jamie Greubel and brakewoman Aja Evans. The second place finish made Williams the fifth Olympian ever to medal in both the Winter and Summer Games.
25. Maddie Bowman wins gold in the Olympic debut of ski halfpipe.
26. U.S. speedskaters avoid a medal shutout by capturing silver in the men’s 5000m short-track relay.
From left: J.R. Celski, Jordan Malone, Chris Creveling and Eduardo Alvarez.
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