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Winter Olympics, Day 3
February 10, 2014 14:13 GMT
The main events of each day in photos at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Day 3, February 10, four more sets of medals were won between many trainings, preliminary rounds and heats.
Canada's John Fairbairn starts during a training session for the men's skeleton competition at the Sanki Sliding Center.
Ukraine's Oleksandr Obolonchyk and Roman Zakharkiv speed down the track during a men's doubles luge training session in the Sanki Sliding Center.
Russian national ice-hockey team players pose for a family photo during a training session at Bolshoi Arena.
A woman sells balloons in front of a portrait of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin in Sochi.
Russia's Viktor Ahn (right to left) leads Han Tianyu of China, Vladislav Bykanov of Israel, and Park Se-yeong of South Korea during the heat 2 in men's 1500 meters of the short-track competitions in the Iceberg Skating Palace. Ahn won bronze.
Canada's Charles Hamelin (left) leads during the men's 1,500-meters short-track speed-skating semifinals event at the Iceberg Skating Palace. Hamelin won gold.
Germany's Samuel Schwarz (top) and Aleksei Yesin of Russia compete in race 1 of the men's 500-meters speed-skating event.
Netherlands Ronald Mulder (right) and Artyom Kuznetsov of Russia compete in race 1 of the men's 500-meters speed-skating event.
Michael Mulder of the Netherlands reacts after winning gold in the mens 500-meters speed-skating event in Adler Arena.
Kazakhstan's Pavel Kolmakov in action during the freestyle-skiing men's moguls qualification 1
Russia's Andrei Volkov performs a jump during the men's freestyle-skiing moguls qualification round.
Russia's Yelena Yakovishina competes during the women's alpine-skiing super-combined downhill at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center. She took 14th place in combined results.
Third-placed Julia Mancuso of the United States celebrates on the podium in front German winner Maria Hoefl-Riesch (left) during the flower ceremony after the women's alpine-skiing super-combined event at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center. Hoefl-Riesch won her second straight Olympic super-combined title, beating Nicole Hosp of Austria and Mancuso.
The Czech Republic's Ondrej Moravec stands next to Sweden's Fredrik Lindstroem (right) at the shooting range during the men's biathlon 12.5-kilometers pursuit event. Martin Fourcade of France won the gold medal. Moravec took silver, and France's Jean-Guillaume Beatrix won the bronze.
Winner Martin Fourcade of France (right) reacts after the last shooting during the biathlon 12.5-kilometer pursuit competition at Krasnaya Polyana.
Gold medalist Anastasia Kuzmina of Slovakia smiles as she holds up her medal, during the medal ceremony for the women's biathlon 7.5-kilometer sprint event.
Norway's skip Thomas Ulsrud (center) watches his shot as teammates Haavard Vad Petersson (left) and Christoffer Svae sweep during their men's curling round-robin game against the United States in the Ice Cube Curling Center.
Kazakhstan's Dmitry Reiherd performs a jump during the finals in the freestyle-skiing men's moguls.
Russia's Aleksandr Smyshlyayev competes in the finals in the freestyle-skiing men's moguls. Smyshlyayev won bronze.
Winter Olympics, Day 3
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