The U.S. scored an historic victory on day 15 of the games after Maria Shiffrin became the youngest ever Olympian to win the slalom ski event.
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Just 18, Shiffrin beat older, more experienced rivals - including former slalom champion Marlies Schild of Austria, adding another slalom gold medal to America's record at Sochi.
Team U.S.A. also scored silver in the men's 5000 meter short track race, receiving their first medal in short track at these games.
Despite the firsts, the U.S. slipped into fourth place on the overall Olympic medal tally with a total of 27, which includes 9 gold, 7 silver and 11 bronze.
Alpine Skiing: Women's Slalom
Gold: Mikaela Shiffrin, United States
Silver: Marlies Schild, Austria
Bronze: Kathrin Zettel, Austria
Biathlon: Women's 4x6km relay
Gold: Ukraine, 1:10:02.5
Silver: Russia, 1:10:28.9
Bronze: Norway, 1:10:40.1
America finished 7th with a time of 1:12:14.2.
Silver: Great Britain
Sweden beat China 6-4
Canada beat Britain 9-3
Freestyle Skiing: Women's Ski Cross
Gold: Marielle Thompson (Canada)
Silver: Kelsey Serwa (Canada)
Bronze: Anna Holmlund (Sweden)
Short Track Speedskating
Men's 500 Final
Gold: Victor An, Russia
Silver: Dajing Wu, China
Bronze: Charle Cournoyer, Canada
Women's 1000 Final
Gold: Seung-Hi Park, Korea 1:30.761
Silver: Kexin Fan, China 1:30.811
Bronze: Suk-Hee Shim, Korea 1:31.027
American Jessica Smith looked to take the medal in third place entering the final two laps of the course, but ultimately came in 4th with a time of 1:31.301.
Men's 5000 Relay Final
Silver: United States
Men’s Ice Hockey Semifinals
Sweden beat Finland 2-1
Canada beat the U.S. 1-0