Feb 22, 2014
The Daily Republic
5 golds? Shiffrin dreaming big for next Olympics
You can see it in the freshness of the 18-year-old American's face, the gleam in her eye after snaring her first gold medal and the enthusiasm in her voice as she takes every question head on.
The Miami Herald
2 golds, but Tina Maze ends Olympics on down note
Tina Maze ended her fifth race at the Sochi Olympics just like her first - slumped sitting on the snow, right hand to her forehead, masking an anguished expression.
Let's dance: it's slalom time on the ski slopes
Austria's Marcel Hirscher trains for the men's slalom at the Alpine ski venue at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
Rock Hill Herald
Teen Shiffrin chases gold in slalom, her specialty
Didn't matter one bit that she's only 18 or that she's at her first Olympics. After a fifth-place finish in the giant slalom, the American gets to race Friday in her specialty, the slalom, which she has ruled for the past two years, including a world championship and World Cup title.
Alpine Skiing - Fenninger wins amid Super-G carnage
Anna Fenninger maintained Austria's grip on the women's Alpine skiing Super-G title at the Sochi Olympics on Saturday in a race where just finishing proved a big challenge for the early starters.