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Daily Olympic Roundup: American wins historic gold, Russia's first gold, athletes that resemble Hollywood stars

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Team USA's Jamie Anderson won the gold medal win. AP photo  in slopestyle. Team USA's Jamie Anderson won the gold medal win. AP photo in slopestyle.

American wins historic gold

Jamie Anderson soared to victory in a near flawless run in the women's final on Sunday, a day after Sage Kotsenburg captured the men's gold medal. Read the details.

Maria Hoefl-Riesch wins Olympic super-combined

Maria Hoefl-Riesch won her second straight Olympic super-combined title Monday, with downhill leader Julia Mancuso settling for bronze. Read the details.

Canada's Hamelin wins gold in 1,500 short track

Charles Hamelin of Canada won the 1,500-meter Olympic short track gold medal. More.

Team USA's day 2 recap

Day 2 of the 2014 Olympics began on a high note for Team USA. Read the details.

Russia's first Olympic gold medal

The host nation won its first gold medal of the Sochi Olympics on Sunday night in the new event of team figure skating. Read the details.

Photos: Putin probably missed Olympic rings glitch

It was the biggest glitch of the Olympics opening ceremony, and odds are Russia's president missed it. Read the details.

Photos: Top images from day 2

Day 2 of the Sochi Olympics featured 8 medal events, including the first ever women's snowboarding slopestyle and team figure skating events. Check out the images of the day here.

Olympians that look like Hollywood stars

The Olympics can make you famous. However, before even heading over to Sochi, some Olympians already are, by way of looking strikingly similar to a Hollywood star. Check out these Olympians and the celebrities we think they most resemble.

MONDAY FEB. 10 EVENTS:

3:00 to 5:00 p.m.:

Men's Biathlon

Men's Moguls

8:00 to 11:30 p.m.:

Women's Alpine Skiing

Men's 500m Speed Skate

Men's Short Track

Events and times subject to change. Please visit our Olympics website for complete coverage!


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