1. Gold and silver: Freestyle Ski, Men’s Moguls
Canada had its second double-medal event today with Canadian Alexandre Bilodeau earning gold and Mikael Kingsbury earning silver in the men’s moguls. Bilodeau became the first athlete in Olympic history to win back-to-back golds in moguls. Read more here.
2. Gold medal: Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1500m
Charles Hamelin took gold Monday in the 1,500-metre short track race, with a time of 2:14.985. That was enough to edge out China’s Tianu Han (2:15.055) who won silver, and Russia’s Victor An (2:15.062), who took bronze. Read the full story.
Earlier: Women’s Super Combined
Marie-Michele Gagnon was considered a medal candidate in the Super Combined, but was injured in the slalom portion of the race. Going into the games, Gagnon won a Super Combined event in Austria, becoming the first Canadian to do so.
Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon had a dislocated shoulder, now repaired, and intends to keep competing in ski events at #Sochi2014
— Eric Reguly (@ereguly) February 10, 2014
In a mild upset, the men’s curling team lost to Switzerland 4-5. The loss might not affect their chances at a gold, however, with several games remaining in the tournament. The women defeated China 9.2.
Canada has advanced to the final in women’s 3000m relay short-track speed skating. The finals are on Feb. 18.
The women’s hockey team defeated Finland 3-0.