Charlie White and Meryl Davis became the first Americans to win a gold medal in ice dancing today, beating silver medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir by 4.5 points.
Incredibly, Virture and Moir, of Canada, share the same coach as the history-making gold medalists.
This and a bobsledding bronze has the United States up to fourth in the overall medal count, with five gold, four silver, and nine bronze medals.
Biathlon, Women’s 12.5km Mass Start
Gold: Darya Domracheva, Belarus, 35:25.6
Silver: Gabriela Soukalova, Czech Republic, 35:45.8
Bronze: Tiril Eckhoff, Norway, 35:52.9
Ice Dance, Free Dance
Gold: Charlie White and Meryl Davis, U.S., 116.63
Silver: Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Canada, 114.66
Bronze: Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov, Russia, 110.44
Bobsled, Two-man Heat 4
Gold: Alexey Voevoda and Alexander Zubkov, Russia, 56.49
Silver: Alex Baumann and Beat Hefti, Switzerland, 56.65
Bronze: Steven Holcomb and Steven Langston, U.S., 56.68
Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Aerials Final 3
Gold: Anton Kushnir, Belarus, 134.50
Silver: David Morris, Australia, 110.41
Bronze: Zongyang Jia, China, 95.06
Ski Jumping, Men’s Team Final Round
Gold: Germany, 1041.1
Silver: Austria, 1038.4
Bronze: Japan, 1024.9