The Netherlands Dominate In Speed Skating……Again

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Updated: February 10, 2014

The Netherlands impressed yet again by getting another gold medal in Speed Skating along with a silver and bronze medal in the same event to go into second place in the Winter Olympics 2014 medals Table. The Netherlands have got all of their medals in Speed Skating so far this year. Michel Mulder got gold in the Men’s 500 m Speed Skating in 69.312 seconds over both races 0.15 seconds ahead of twin brother Ronald Mulder who took bronze. There was only 0.01 seconds that separated 1st place from 2nd place Jan Smeekens (NED).

France got their first medals of the Winter Olympics in the same event, the Men’s Biathlon 12.5 Km Pursuit. Martin Fourcade (33:48.6) and Jean Guillaume Beatrix (+24.2) got the

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gold and bronze medals for France. Silver medal was taken by Czech Ondrej Moravec who finished 14.1 seconds after Fourcade.

Charles Hamelin grabbed gold for Canada in the Men’s Short Track Speed Skating 1500 m. Charles Hamelin finished just ahead of Han Tianyu (CHN, 2nd) and Victor An (RUS, 3rd), silver and bronze medal were so close that they had to be awarded by a photo decision. British skater Jack Whelbourne made it to the final but unfortunately finished 7th after falling midway through the race and twisted his ankle.

Canadian freestyle skier, Alex Bilodeau, became the first multiple-Olympic freestyle skiing champion with an amazingly quick and stylish run on the moguls accumulated 26.31 points and finishing higher than fellow countryman and arch rival Mikael Kingsbury, who got silver. Alexandr Smyshlyaev delighted many Russian spectators and fans by getting a bronze medal only missing out on silver by 0.33 points.

Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) retained the gold medal of combined Alpine Skiing (Downhill and Slalom). She got a total combined time of 2 minutes and 34.620 seconds. Silver medallist Nicole Hosp (AUT) was slower than the German on both slopes and finished 0.40 seconds behind. Bronze medallist Julia Mancuso (USA) had the best time of the three podium finishers on the downhill but the slalom caught up with her afterwards. Chemmy Alcott (GB) participated in the downhill but didn’t compete in the slalom apparently due to a leg injury that would have ruled her out of the Women’s Downhill, so her time stands as DNF.

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look in pole position of the individual Luge after 2 runs. Germans Natalie Geisenberger and Tatjana Huefner are both currently 1st and 2nd respectively. Geisenberger has a big advantage over the others going into the last two runs tomorrow with 0.766 second advantage.

Switzerland’s ice-hockey ladies weren’t favourites before the start of the winter Olympics being in the same group as USA and Canada, but now they’ve been humiliated by losing 9-0 to America. Canada’s ladies also reassured their qualification through the group stages by beating Finland 3-0.

Britain’s curling team didn’t perform the way they would have wanted. The men won one of their two matches, that being against Russia in an impressive manner 7-4. They lost their second match which was against a very strong Swedish side 4-8. The women didn’t manage to win their only game of the day, losing the the Swedes 4-6.

Great British Curling Team

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