Breakfast with the Americans. Jessie Diggins takes home bronze in the Cross Country Skiing Sprint.




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Vincent Zhou, a medal contender in figure skater, will miss the games after testing positive for COVID-19. This is a tough blow for the United States, as by rule, Vincent could not be replaced once he skated in the team event.


Staying with figure skating, Nathan Chen remains on top. Last night, he broke the world record with highest-ever score in Olympic men’s short program. Chen took the top spot in the men’s short program with a score of 113.97, the highest-ever result for the event.


And finally, the highly anticipated Women's Hockey matchup against Canada. It didn't fare for the US, as Canada won 4-2 in the final preliminary round game. The goals from Team USA came from Dani Cameranesi and Alex Carpenter (PP). The win gives Canada the No. 1 seed for the quarterfinals and semifinals.


Medal Count


Two more medals were added, which brings the total to five. Ryan Cochran-Siegle took home the silver in the Alpine Skiing Men's Super-G. In an close one, Jessie Diggins brought home the bronze in the Cross Country Skiing Women's Sprint Free.

Coming Up Next

  • Women's snowboard cross final - 1:30 a.m.

  • Men's 1,500m speedskating final - 6 a.m.

  • Men's curling round robin, USA vs. Russian Olympic Committee - 7 a.m.

  • Luge doubles all runs, final - 7:20 a.m.

  • Women's curling round robin - USA vs. Russian Olympic Committee - 8 p.m.

  • Women's snowboarding halfpipe final - 8:30 p.m.


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