Friday Feb. 21, 2014 16:05

Faster, Higher, Stronger: Day 14

The best photos of the day, every day, from the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia

  • Kelsey Serwa leaps into the air at the women's ski cross medal ceremony
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    Canada's Kelsey Serwa leaps into the air at the start of the women's ski cross medal ceremony on Friday at the Sochi Olympics. (Shamil Zhumatov/Reuters)

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  • Athletes compete during the women's freestyle skiing skicross eighth-finals
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    Athletes compete during the women's freestyle skiing skicross eighth-finals at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Rosa Khutor. (Mike Blake/Reuters)

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  • Canada's Ryan Fry throws a stone in the gold medal curling game against Great Britain
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    Canada's Ryan Fry throws the stone during the men's curling gold medal against Great Britain, which Canada won 9-3. (Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • Jonathan Quick makes the save against Team Canada captain Sidney Crosby
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    U.S. goalkeeper Jonathan Quick, centre, makes a fast save during the Canada-USA men's hockey semifinals

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  • Poland's speed skating team pursuit in action
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    Konrad Niedzwiedzki of Poland leads team-mates Jan Szymanski and Zbigniew Brodka in the men's speed skating team pursuit semifinals in Sochi on Friday. (Issei Kato/Reuters)

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  • Victor An skates to gold in the men's short track 5,000-metre relay
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    Russia's Victor An leans in en route to a gold medal in the men's short track speed skating 5,000-metre relay on Friday at the Sochi Olympics. (

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  • Germany's Christina Geiger competes in women's slalom
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    Germany's Christina Geiger races down the mountain in Friday's women's slalom race at the Sochi Olympics. (Dominic Ebinbichler/Reuters)

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  • Canada's winner Marielle Thompson, second-placed compatriot Kelsey Serwa and Sweden's third-placed Anna Holmlund (L-R) jump on the podium during the flower ceremony after the women's ski cross finals
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    Canada's winner Marielle Thompson, second-placed compatriot Kelsey Serwa and Sweden's third-placed Anna Holmlund (L-R) jump on the podium during the flower ceremony after the women's ski cross finals. (Dylan Martinez/Reuters)

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  • Florence Bell of Ireland in action during the women's slalom
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    Florence Bell of Ireland in action during the women's slalom. (Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

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  • David Backes of the United States challenges Patrice Bergeron of Canada for the puck during the men's ice hockey semifinal
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    David Backes of the United States challenges Patrice Bergeron of Canada for the puck during the men's ice hockey semifinal. (Al Bello/Getty Images)

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  • France's Ewen Fernandez, Alexis Contin, and Benjamin Mace compete in the men's speed skating team pursuit quarterfinals
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    France's Ewen Fernandez, Alexis Contin, and Benjamin Mace compete in the men's speed skating team pursuit quarterfinals. (Jung Yeon-Je JUNG/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • Sweden versus Finland day 14
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    Some Sweden and Finland hockey action on day 14 of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games. (Mark Blinch/Reuters)

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  • Bo Reum Kim, Shin Young Yang and Seon Yeong Noh of South Korea compete during the women's team pursuit quarterfinals
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    Bo Reum Kim, Shin Young Yang and Seon Yeong Noh of South Korea compete during the women's team pursuit quarterfinals. (Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

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  • Bronze medallist skip Niklas Edin of Sweden delivers a stone during their men's curling game against China.
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    Sweden's skip Niklas Edin delivers a stone during their men's bronze medal curling game against China on day 14 of the Sochi Winter Olympics. Sweden won the bronze. (Marko Djurica/Reuters)

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  • Sweden's Anna Holmlund (green bib), Canada's Kelsey Serwa (red bib), Austria's Katrin Ofner (blue bib) and Switzerland's Fanny Smith (yellow bib) compete during the women's ski cross semifinals. Picture taken with multiple exposure function
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    Sweden's Anna Holmlund (green bib), Canada's Kelsey Serwa (red bib), Austria's Katrin Ofner (blue bib) and Switzerland's Fanny Smith (yellow bib) compete during the women's ski cross semifinals. Picture taken with multiple exposure function. (Lucas Jacks

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  • Kelsey Serwa leaps into the air at the women's ski cross medal ceremony
  • Athletes compete during the women's freestyle skiing skicross eighth-finals
  • Canada's Ryan Fry throws a stone in the gold medal curling game against Great Britain
  • Jonathan Quick makes the save against Team Canada captain Sidney Crosby
  • Poland's speed skating team pursuit in action
  • Victor An skates to gold in the men's short track 5,000-metre relay
  • Germany's Christina Geiger competes in women's slalom
  • Canada's winner Marielle Thompson, second-placed compatriot Kelsey Serwa and Sweden's third-placed Anna Holmlund (L-R) jump on the podium during the flower ceremony after the women's ski cross finals
  • Florence Bell of Ireland in action during the women's slalom
  • David Backes of the United States challenges Patrice Bergeron of Canada for the puck during the men's ice hockey semifinal
  • France's Ewen Fernandez, Alexis Contin, and Benjamin Mace compete in the men's speed skating team pursuit quarterfinals
  • Sweden versus Finland day 14
  • Bo Reum Kim, Shin Young Yang and Seon Yeong Noh of South Korea compete during the women's team pursuit quarterfinals
  • Bronze medallist skip Niklas Edin of Sweden delivers a stone during their men's curling game against China.
  • Sweden's Anna Holmlund (green bib), Canada's Kelsey Serwa (red bib), Austria's Katrin Ofner (blue bib) and Switzerland's Fanny Smith (yellow bib) compete during the women's ski cross semifinals. Picture taken with multiple exposure function

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