Wednesday Feb 19
The Las Vegas Sun
Extreme Park crashes taking outsize toll on women
Sarka Pancochova, a Czech snowboarder, led the slopestyle event after the first run.
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Olympic injury toll rises as athletes risk limbs at Extreme park
Cameron Bolton was approaching a jump when he clipped Italy's Omar Visintin in the Olympic men's snowboard cross semifinal.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Sochi Winter Olympics: Organisers deny warm weather contributed to spate of injuries in first week
Jacqueline Hernandez of the US is carried off the track on a stretcher after crashing during the women's snowboard cross qualifier.
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Teenager unconscious on day of crashes
BRITISH teenager Rowan Cheshire was left unconscious for several minutes yesterday after a heavy fall during training for the women's ski halfpipe later this week.
Jacqueline Hernandez Injury: Updates on Snowboarder's Concussion and Recovery
US snowboarding has announced that Jackie Hernandez has suffered a concussion, following a fall during a seeding run, according to Lindsay Jones of USA Today : The 21-year-old was nearing the end of the 1,200-meter course when she fell awkwardly and hit her head onto the snowy ground.
The Washington Post
Snowboarder Jacobellis falls yet again
The race course measures nearly 4,000 snowy feet of dips, bumps and jumps, but for the most recognizable snowboarder in the field, it actually spans years.
The Hartford Courant
Roxbury Native Lindsey Jacobellis Falls In Snowboard Cross Final
From the start of the women's snowboard cross event, Czech Eva Samkova looked as though she would be tough to beat.
The News Tribune
Norway wins 4th straight Olympic super-G race
Kjetil Jansrud continued Norway's dominance in the Alpine skiing event, outracing two Americans and a Canadian for the Scandinavian country's fifth super-G gold in the past seven games.
Rock Hill Herald
Sochi Scene: Snowboarder crashes
These were taken by AP photographer Andy Wong. Just minutes earlier, Helene Olafsen of Norway was also taken off the course with an injury.