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  1. I am now up-to-date Bobsled Four-man G: United States I (Steven Holcomb, Justin Olsen, Steve Mesler, Curtis Tomasevicz) S: Germany II (André Lange, Alexander Rödiger, Kevin Kuske, Martin Putze) B: Latvia I (Jānis Miņins, Daumants Dreiškens, Oskars Melbārdis, Intars Dambis) Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross G: Andres Matt (AUT) S: Thomas Zengrel (AUT) B: Davey Barr(CAN) Men's Aerials G: Ryan St. Onge (USA) S: Steve Omischl (CAN) B: Warren Shouldice (CAN) Men's Moguls G: Patrick Deneen (USA) S: Tapio Luusua (FIN) B: Vincent Marquis (CAN) Women's Ski Cross G: Ashleigh McIvor (CAN) S: Karen Huttary (AUT) B: Meryll Boulangeat (FRA) Women's Aerials G: Li Nina (CHN) S: Xu Mengota (CHN) B: Jacqui Cooper (AUS) Women's Moguls G: Aiko Uemura (JPN) S: Jennifer Heil (CAN) B: Nikola Sudová (CZE) Skeleton Men's Skeleton G: Gregor Stähli (SUI) S: Adam Pengilly (GBR) B: Alexander Tretiakov (RUS) Women's Skeleton G: Marion Trott (GER) S: Amy Williams (GBR) B: Kerstin Szymkowiak (GER) After 57 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Norway 11 4 6 21 Austria 8 7 3 18 Germany 6 14 4 24 United States 8 2 5 15 Switzerland 5 4 4 13 Canada 3 3 5 11 Finland 3 1 7 11 Russia 2 4 4 10 Italy 2 3 3 8 Japan 3 0 1 4 China 2 1 0 3 Poland 2 0 2 4 Sweden 1 2 2 5 Great Britain 1 2 0 3 Estonia 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 4 9 Czech Republic 0 2 1 3 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 1 2 Slovakia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Ukraine 0 0 2 2 Latvia 0 0 1 1
  2. In any case I have to say I am impressed by the showing of the US Nordic Ski Team. They won both individual Nordic Skiing events that will be held at the Olympics (whit two different athletes) and they might have won a medal in the team event was it not for the disqualification of Bill Demong in the Ski Jumping portion (due to not wearing his bib). Furthermore the US won its first ever medal in women's Cross Country Skiing. As for Canada, we won no medals in Nordic Skiing, although the official expectation is to get two XC Skiing medals.
  3. I'm back!!! Anyway, I'll update the Bobsled and Skeleton results after I watched the races (I don't want to spoil myself, although I know Holcomb won the four-man... Thanks, ESPN ) Cross Country Skiing Men's Individual Sprint G: Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) S: Johan Kjølstad (NOR) B: Nikolay Morilov (RUS) Men's Team Spring G: Ola Vigen Hattestad and Johan Kjølstad (NOR) S: Axel Teichmann and Tobias Angerer (GER) B: Sami Jauhojärvi and Ville Nousiainen (FIN) Men's 50km G: Petter Northug (NOR) S: Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) B: Tobias Angerer (GER) Men's 4x10km relay G: Norway (Eldar Rønning, Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset, Tore Ruud Hofstad, Petter Northug) S: Germany (Jens Filbrich, Tobias Angerer, Franz Göring, Axel Teichmann) B: Finland (Matti Heikkinen, Sami Jauhojärvi, Teemu Kattilakoski, Ville Nousiainen) Women's Individual Sprint: G: Arianna Follis (ITA) S: Kikkan Randall (USA) B: Pirjo Muranen (FIN) Women's Team Sprint: G: Virpi Kuitunen and Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) S: Anna Olsson and Lina Andersson (SWE) B: Arianna Follis and Marianna Longa (ITA) Women's 30km: G: Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) S: Yevgeniya Medvedeva (RUS) B: Valentina Shevchenko (UKR) Women's 4x5km Relay: G: Finland (Pirjo Muranen, Virpi Kuitunen, Riitta-Liisa Roponen, Aino-Kaisa Saarinen) S: Germany (Katrin Zeller, Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle, Miriam Gössner, Claudia Künzel-Nystad) B: Sweden (Lina Andersson, Britta Norgren, Anna Haag, Charlotte Kalla) Nordic Combined Men's 10km Large Hill: G: Bill Demong (USA) S: Björn Kircheisen (GER) B: Jason Lamy Chappuis (FRA) Team: G: Japan (Yusuke Minato, Taihei Kato, Akito Watabe, Norihito Kobayashi) S: Germany (Ronny Ackermann, Eric Frenzel, Björn Kircheisen, Tino Edelmann) B: Norway (Mikko Kokslien, Petter Tande, Jan Schmid, Magnus Moan) Ski Jumping Men's Large Hill: G: Andreas Küttel (SUI) S: Martin Schmitt (GER) B: Anders Jacobsen (NOR) Men's Team: G: Austria (Wolfgang Loitzl, Martin Koch, Thomas Morgenstern, Gregor Schlierenzauer) S: Norway (Anders Bardal, Tom Hilde, Johan Remen Evensen, Anders Jacobsen) B: Japan (Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito, Noriaki Kasai) Norway's lead grows quite a bit After 48 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Norway 11 4 6 21 Austria 7 5 3 15 Germany 5 13 3 21 United States 5 2 5 12 Switzerland 4 4 4 12 Finland 3 0 7 10 Russia 2 3 4 9 Italy 2 3 3 8 Canada 2 1 2 5 Poland 2 0 2 4 Japan 2 0 1 3 Sweden 1 2 2 5 China 1 0 0 1 Estonia 1 0 0 1 Great Britain 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 3 8 Czech Republic 0 2 0 2 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 0 1 Slovakia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Ukraine 0 0 2 2
  4. Speaking of updates, I won't be doing any for the next eleven days (roughly). Don't worry, tough, I'll catch up fast enough when I come back to Canada (I'm going to the Dominican Republic to build a house whit Habitat for Humanity. Wish me luck ).
  5. I frogot one Cross Country Skiing Men's 15+15km Double Pursuit (a.k.a. 30km Pursuit) G: Petter Northug (NOR) S: Anders Södergren (SWE) B: Giorgio Di Centa (ITA) Norway gains the lead After 34 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Norway 7 3 4 14 Austria 6 5 3 14 Germany 5 7 2 14 United States 4 1 5 10 Switzerland 3 4 4 11 Russia 2 1 3 6 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 3 2 6 Finland 1 0 4 5 Poland 1 0 2 3 Sweden 1 1 1 3 China 1 0 0 1 Estonia 1 0 0 1 Great Britain 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 2 7 Czech Republic 0 2 0 2 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 0 1 Slovakia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  6. Biathlon Women's Mass Start G: Olga Zaitseva (RUS) S: Anastasiya Kuzina (SVK) B: Helena Jonsson (SWE) The Russian womens are doing quite well considering that they lost there two best members due to a doping violation... Men's Relay G: Norway (Emil Hegle Svendsen, Lars Berger, Halvard Hanevold, Ole Einar Bjørndalen) S: Austria (Daniel Mesotitsch, Simon Eder, Dominik Landertinger, Christoph Sumann) B: Germany (Michael Roesch, Christoph Stephan, Arnd Peiffer, Michael Greis) Ole Einar Bjørndalen won four of the five titles in play this week, and he is now a fourteen-time world champion (plus a five-time Olympic champion). Austria continues this season's good relay showings. Bobsled Two-men G: Switzerland II (Ivo Rueegg, Cedric Grand) S: Germany I (Thomas Florschuetz, Marc Kuehne) B: United States I (Steven Holcomb, Curt Tomasevicz) Ivo Rueeg comes out of the shadow of his compatriot Beat Hefti to win the Two-men world title (he also won the four-men back in 2007). Nordic Combined 10km Individual Normal Hill (Why couldn't they just keep the Gundersen and the Sprint?) G: Todd Lodwick (USA) S: Jan Schmid (NOR) B: Bill Demong (USA) The Lodwick and Demong also went 1-3 in the non-Olympic Mass Start event. The US now has two of the best Nordic Combined athletes in the world... Oh, and the US is currently leading the medal table in the FIS Nordic Skiing World Championships... Seriously After 33 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Austria 6 5 3 14 Norway 6 3 4 13 Germany 5 7 2 14 United States 4 1 5 10 Switzerland 3 4 4 11 Russia 2 1 3 6 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 3 1 5 Finland 1 0 4 5 Poland 1 0 2 3 Sweden 1 0 1 2 China 1 0 0 1 Estonia 1 0 0 1 Great Britain 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 2 7 Czech Republic 0 2 0 2 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 0 1 Slovakia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  7. Today is a really busy day when it commes to World Championships finals... Biathlon Men's Mass Start: G: Dominik Landertinger (AUT) S: Christoph Sumann (AUT) B: Ivan Tcherezov (RUS) Women's Relay: G: Russia (Svetlana Sleptsova, Anna Boulygina, Olga Medvedtseva, Olga Zaitseva) S: Germany (Martina Beck, Magdalena Neuner, Andrea Henkel, Kati Wilhelm) B: France (Marie Laure Brunet, Sylvie Becaert, Marie Dorin, Sandrine Bailly) Bobsled Two-women G: Great Britain I (Nicola Minichiello, Gillian Cooke) S: United States I (Shauna Rohbock, Elana Meyers) B: Germany II (Cathleen Martini, Janine Tischer) This is only the second time that Germany dosen't win the World Championships in this event (the other time being 2001). It is also the first time Great Britains wins a Bobsled world title in over 50 years. Cross Country Skiing Women's 15km Pursuit G: Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) S: Kristin Størmer Steira (NOR) B: Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) Ski Jumping Men's Normal Hill G: Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT) S: Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) B: Simon Ammann (SUI) Austria re-gains the lead and Germany FINALY wins a bronze medal After 29 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Austria 6 4 3 13 Germany 5 6 1 12 Norway 5 2 4 11 United States 3 1 3 7 Switzerland 2 4 4 10 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 3 1 5 Russia 1 1 3 5 Finland 1 0 4 5 Poland 1 0 2 3 China 1 0 0 1 Estonia 1 0 0 1 Great Britain 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 Sweden 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 2 7 Czech Republic 0 2 0 2 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  8. And here it goes again (I love that song...) Cross Country Skiing Men's 15km Individual: G: Andrus Veerpalu (EST) S: Lukáš Bauer (CZE) B: Matti Heikkinen (FIN) Women's 10km Individual G: Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) S: Marianna Longa (ITA) B: Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) After 24 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Germany 5 5 0 10 Norway 5 1 4 10 Austria 4 2 3 9 United States 3 0 3 6 Switzerland 2 4 3 9 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 3 1 5 Finland 1 0 3 4 China 1 0 0 1 Estonia 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 Sweden 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 1 6 Czech Republic 0 2 0 2 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Russia 0 1 2 3 Australia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Poland 0 0 2 2 Ukraine 0 0 1 1 In other Nordic Skiing news Two non-Olympic events have already been held at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, both for the first time. Men's Mass Start (Nordic Combined) G: Todd Lodwick (USA) S: Tino Edelmann (GER) B: Jason Lamy Chappuis (FRA) The US Nordic Combined team is looking quite strong, whit both Lodwick and Bill Demong being serious medal treats heading into Vancouver. Women's Normal Hill (Ski Jumping) G: Lindsey Van (USA) S: Ulrike Grässler (GER) B: Anette Sagen (NOR) Lindsey Van becomes the first world champion in women's Ski Jumping. Oh, and amazingly the USA currently leads the medal table... Probably won't last long, tough...
  9. Biathlon Women's Individual G: Kati Wilhelm (GER) S: Teja Gregorin (SLO) B: Tora Berger (NOR) Germany retakes the lead after losing it yeasterday. Both Germany and Norway reached the 10 medals milestone. Amazingly, Germany has yet to win a bronze After 22 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Germany 5 5 0 10 Norway 5 1 4 10 Austria 4 2 3 9 United States 3 0 3 6 Switzerland 2 4 3 9 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 2 1 4 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 Sweden 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 1 6 Slovenia 0 2 0 2 Russia 0 1 2 3 Australia 0 1 0 1 Czech Republic 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Finland 0 0 2 2 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  10. Forgot to put the country codes Biathlon Men's Individual: G: Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR) S: Christoph Stephan (GER) B: Jakov Fak (CRO)
  11. Biathlon Men's Individual: G: Ole Einar Bjørndalen S: Christoph Stephan B: Jakov Fak I have to said that I must have said "Fak? Fak!" about 40 times when I watched the race replay... Huge upset from the Croatian! Oh, and Ole Einar Bjørndalen is now 3 for 3 at this year's worlds. After 20 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Norway 5 1 3 9 Germany 4 5 0 9 Austria 4 2 3 9 United States 3 0 3 6 Switzerland 2 4 3 9 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 2 1 4 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 Sweden 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 1 6 Russia 0 1 2 3 Australia 0 1 0 1 Czech Republic 0 1 0 1 Slovenia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 2 2 Finland 0 0 2 2 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  12. Alpine Skiing Men's Slalom: G: Manfred Pranger (AUT) S: Julien Lizeroux (FRA) B: Michael Janyk (CAN) Biathlon Women's Pursuit: G: Helena Jonsson (SWE) S: Kati Wilhelm (GER) B: Olga Zaitseva (RUS) Men's Pursuit: G: Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR) S: Maxim Tchoudov (RUS) B: Alexander Os (NOR) Norway now has 5 out of 6 Biathlon medals in the men's side. Sweden enters the board and Russia moves up quite a bit. Canada nows actually has five medals (thank you Fisher for pointing out my mistake) After 20 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Germany 4 4 0 8 Austria 4 2 3 9 Norway 4 1 3 8 United States 3 0 3 6 Switzerland 2 4 3 9 Canada 2 1 2 5 Italy 1 2 1 4 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 Sweden 1 0 0 1 France 0 5 1 6 Russia 0 1 2 3 Australia 0 1 0 1 Czech Republic 0 1 0 1 Slovenia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 1 1 Finland 0 0 2 2 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  13. Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom: G: Carlo Janka (SUI) S: Benjamin Raich (AUT) B: Ted Ligety (USA) Women's Slalom: G: Maria Riesch (GER) S: Šárka Záhrobská (CZE) B: Tanja Poutiainen (FIN) The top-three finisher from the first run all fell during the second run. Biathlon Women's Sprint: G: Kati Wilhelm (GER) S: Simone Hauswald (GER) B: Olga Zaitseva (RUS) Men's Sprint: G: Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR) S: Lars Berger (NOR) B: Halvard Hanevold (NOR) Norway finishes 1-2-3-4. Bjørndalen has now won this event 4 times in 6 years, plus Olympic gold in 2002 (he won bronze the two years he didn't win gold). Germany takes the lead and Russia enters the board (I don't expect them to be tied for last for too long ^^) After 20 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Germany 4 3 0 7 Austria 3 2 3 8 Norway 3 1 2 6 United States 3 0 3 6 Switzerland 2 4 3 9 Canada 2 1 1 5 Italy 1 2 1 4 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 4 1 5 Australia 0 1 0 1 Czech Republic 0 1 0 1 Slovenia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 1 1 Finland 0 0 2 2 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1 Russia 0 0 1 1
  14. Overall women's World Cup leader, Yekaterina Iourieva, tested positive for doping (substance not yet disclosed). She is also a former world champions. Two other Russian Biathletes have tested positive: Albina Akhatova, ranked six in the women's World Cup Overall and is a three time world champion, and Dmitri Yaroshenko, twenty-third in the Men's World Cup and he is a world champion whit the Russian relay team. The (assumed) suspension of Yekaterina Iourieva and Albina Akhatova are both huge blows to Russia's medal hopes in women's Biathlon, and its far from the first time a Russian Biathlete got caught doping (for example, Olga Pyleva got striped of a silver medal in Turino). I wouldn't be surprised if they are more Russian Biathletes doping...
  15. Alpine Skiing Women's Giant Slalom G: Kathrin Hölzl (GER) S: Tina Maze (SLO) B: Tanja Poutiainen (FIN) 4: Denise Karbon (ITA) 5: Michaela Kirchgasser (AUT) 6: Kathrin Zettel (AUT) 7: Tessa Worley (FRA) 8: Maria Pietilä-Holmner (SWE) The Biathlon World Championships starts tomorow whit the men's and women's sprint. Also the World Cup FIBT Bobsled and Skeleton finale are underway in Park City (Salt Lake City). Here are the overal world cup winners so far: Men's Skeleton: Alexander Tretiakov (Russia) Women's Skeleton: Marion Trott (Germany) Two Men Bobsled: Beat Hefti (Switzerland) in his rookie season as a pilot (if the name is familiar its because he won three Olympic bronze medals as a brakemen). Traditional power Finland gets on the board. After 16 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Austria 3 1 3 7 United States 3 0 2 5 Germany 2 2 0 4 Canada 2 1 1 5 Norway 2 0 1 3 Switzerland 1 4 3 8 Italy 1 2 1 4 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 4 1 5 Australia 0 1 0 1 Slovenia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 1 1 Finland 0 0 1 1 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  16. I agree. but Nintendo and Sega (and probably the IOC, too) were quite impressed whit the sales of Mario and Sonic at Beijing, so in this regard it isn't a big surprise. I hope the Xbox 360/PS3/PC version goes to Eurocom again (they did Beijing): they did a pretty good job for Beijing 2008, which was a huge step forward from Turino 2006...
  17. Well, there is Tom Longboat, but that was way, WAY back in the days... Oh, and what about Almighty Voice and Man Afraid Soap? (And I am NOT jocking, he was apart of the Mohawk Indians team that represented Canada in Lacrosse in 1904 and won the bronze medal).
  18. Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill G: Lindsey Vonn (USA) S: Lara Gut (SUI) B: Nadia Fanchini (ITA) 4: Elisabeth Görgl (AUT) 5: Marion Rolland (FRA) 6: Marie Marchand-Arvier (FRA) 7: Andrea Fischbacher (AUT) 8: Wendy Siorpaes (ITA) Men's Super Combined G: Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) S: Julien Lizeroux (FRA) B: Natko Zrnčić-Dim (CRO) 4: Silvan Zurbriggen (SUI) 5: Peter Fill (ITA) =6: Sandro Viletta (SUI) =6: Thomas Mermillod Blondin (FRA) 8: Romed Baumann Luge Men's Single G: Felix Loch (GER) S: Armin Zöggeler (ITA) B: Daniel Pfister (AUT) Also, Germany won the team relay ahead of Austria and Latvia. The Luge team relay was one of the events that was considered to be added for Vancouver 2010 but it was ultimately rejected. After 15 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Austria 3 1 3 7 United States 3 0 2 5 Canada 2 1 1 5 Norway 2 0 1 3 Switzerland 1 4 3 8 Italy 1 2 1 4 Germany 1 2 0 3 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 4 1 5 Australia 0 1 0 1 Croatia 0 0 1 1 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  19. Its the first time since Lillehamer that Norway will take part in the men's Olympic Ice Hockey tournament. Anyway, here are the Olympic preliminary groups: Group A Canada United States Switzerland Norway Group B Russia Czech Republic Slovakia Latvia Group C Sweden Finland Belarus Germany Canada-USA and Finland-Sweden should be the highlights of the seeding round.
  20. Alpine Skiing Men's Downhill: G: John Kucera (CAN) S: Didier Cuche (SUI) B: Carlo Janka (SUI) 4: Marco Büchel (LIE) 5: Adrien Théaux (FRA) 6: Hermann Maier (AUT) 7: Werner Heel (ITA) 8: Bode Miller (USA) After 12 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Austria 3 1 2 6 Canada 2 1 1 5 United States 2 0 2 4 Switzerland 1 3 3 7 Italy 1 1 0 2 Norway 1 0 1 2 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 3 1 4 Germany 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 0 1 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  21. Men's Hockey qualification results results: Group E Austria 4 - 3 Slovenia (OT) Germany 7 - 1 Japan 1. Germany 3pts 2. Austria 2pts 3. Slovenia 1pt 4. Japan 0pt Group F Ukraine 3 - 2 Italy Latvia 7 - 3 Hungary Italy 4 - 1 Hungary Latvia 4 - 2 Ukraine 1. Latvia 6pts 2. Ukraine 3pts (TB: 1-0) 3. Italy 3pts (TB: 1-0) 4. Hungary opt Group G Norway 2 - 1 Kazakhstan France 2 - 1 Denmark (OT) 1. Norway 3 pts 2. France 2 pts 3. Denmark 1 pt 4. Kazakhstan 0 pt
  22. Well, I haven't been updating this for a while now and quite a few things have happened. Here it goes: Alpine Skiing Men's Super G: G: Didier Cuche (SUI) S: Peter Fill (ITA) B: Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) 4: Christof Innerhofer (ITA) 5: Benjamin Raich (AUT) 6: John Kucera (CAN) 7: Marco Büchel (LIE) 8: Didier Defago (SUI) Women's Super Combined G: Kathrin Zettel (AUT) S: Lara Gut (SUI) B: Elisabeth Görgl (AUT) 4: Maria Riesch (GER) 5: Marie Marchand-Arvier (FRA) 6: Johanna Schnarf (ITA) 7: Anna Fenninger (AUT) 8: Fabienne Suter (SUI) Women's Super G: G: Lindsey Vonn (USA) S: Marie Marchand-Arvier (FRA) B: Andrea Fischbacher (AUT) 4: Anna Fenninger (AUT) 5: Tina Maze (SLO) 6: Elisabeth Görgl (AUT) 7: Lara Gut (SUI) 8: Maria Riesch (GER) Luge (I only have the top-3 for that one) Women's Single: G: Erin Hamlin (USA) S: Natalie Geisenberger (GER) B: Natalia Yakushenko (UKR) This victory by Hamlin snaps Germany's 99 race winning streak in the event Quite the feet by Hamlin and the German women's Luge team. Doubles: G: Gerhard Plankensteiner, Oswald Haselrieder (ITA) S: André Florschütz, Torsten Wustlich (GER) B: Mark Grimmette, Brian Martin (USA) After 11 of 86 events: Country #G #S #B T Austria 3 1 2 6 United States 2 0 2 4 Switzerland 1 2 2 5 Canada 1 1 1 3 Italy 1 1 0 2 Norway 1 0 1 2 China 1 0 0 1 Japan 1 0 0 1 France 0 3 1 4 Germany 0 2 0 2 Australia 0 1 0 1 Poland 0 0 1 1 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
  23. Depends which Cable/Satellite provider you have. I watched NBC's feed, so I got the American commercials.
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