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Kamila Valieva, of the Russian Olympic Committee, practices during a training session at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Feb. 13, 2022, in Beijing.David J. Phillip/The Associated Press

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Olympic events for Feb. 13, 2022
  • Monobob: Canada’s Christine de Bruin won bronze in the inaugural Olympic monobob race at the Beijing Games on Monday. Kaillie Humphries — the Stony Plain, Alta., native’s former Canadian teammate — took gold in her first Olympics competing for the United States with a dominant combined four-run time of four minutes 19.27 seconds.
  • Figure skating: Canada’s Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier finished seventh in ice dance at the Beijing Games, in what was likely their final Olympic appearance. A significant mishap on their lift had Gilles in tears after, and saw the reigning world bronze medallists score 204.78.
  • Curling: A matchup against last-place Russia was just what Canada’s Jennifer Jones needed at the Beijing Olympics. Jones took advantage of several mistakes by Alina Kovaleva en route to an 11-5 victory that ended a three-game losing skid.
  • Speed skating: Canada’s Steven Dubois won the bronze medal in the 500-metre short-track race on Sunday morning. This is Dubois’s second medal of the 2022 Beijing Olympics. He won silver in the 1,500-metre speed skating race in Beijing on Wednesday. The Canadian women’s 3,000-metre relay team failed to reach the podium, finishing fourth.
  • Speed skating: Erin Jackson of the United States scores Olympic gold, becoming the first Black woman to win a speed skating medal. Jackson, a former inline skater who switched to the ice shortly before the 2018 Pyeongchang Games, won the gold in the 500-metre race.
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  • Canada's Steven Dubois celebrates his bronze medal finish at the finish line for the men's 500m short-track speed skating final at the Beijing Winter Olympics on Sunday.Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press

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What to watch today, Feb. 14
  • Snowboard: men’s big air, qualification, 2:30 a.m. ET
  • Curling: men, round robin, Canada vs. Italy, 1:05 a.m. ET
  • Freestyle skiing: women’s aerials, final 🥇, 6 a.m. ET
  • Bobsleigh: 2-man, Run 1, 7:05 a.m. ET
  • Curling: women, round robin, Canada vs. Great Britian, 7:05 a.m. ET
  • Ski jumping: Men’s team, large hill, final 🥇, 7:06 a.m. ET
  • Ice hockey: women, semifinal Unites States vs. Finland, 8:10 a.m. ET
  • Curling: men, round robin, Canada vs. China, 8:05 p.m. ET
  • Snowboard: women’s big air, final 🥇, 8:30 p.m. ET
  • Alpine skiing: women’s downhill 🥇, 10 p.m. ET
  • Ice Hockey: men, 11:10 p.m. ET
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Olympic highlights and medal count for Feb. 13

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Teenagers representing Team Canada at the Beijing Olympics keep cool under pressure

Even at an Olympics in China during a pandemic, under strict restrictions, with their family members on the other side of the world, Canada’s teenaged athletes have been calm and cool.

Madeline Schizas, of Canada, competes in the women's team free skate program during the figure skating competition at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Feb. 7, 2022, in Beijing.Jeff Roberson/The Associated Press

China’s Eileen Gu makes it through ‘scary’ freeski slopestyle qualifiers

China’s Eileen Gu made it safely through “scary” freestyle skiing slopestyle qualifiers at the Beijing Olympics on Monday, roaring back in her second run with jumps and mid-air grabs to advance to the final.

Eileen Gu, of China, waves after competing during the women's freestyle skiing big air finals of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Feb. 8, 2022, in Beijing.Jae C. Hong/The Associated Press

Top-seeded U.S. hockey team ‘not satisfied’ by early success at Beijing Olympics

The young United States men’s hockey team can’t get no satisfaction from going undefeated in the preliminary round at the Olympics. Rolling into the quarterfinals as the only team to win all three of its group games in regulation, the young Americans are suddenly among the favorites to win the gold medal. Their next test is a matchup against the winner of the Slovakia-Germany qualification round game with Sweden or Canada potentially up next in the semi-finals.

Strauss Mann of the United States and Sean Farrell of the United States celebrate with teammates after the match on Feb. 12, 2022 in Beijing, China.DAVID W CERNY/Reuters

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