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Today--five gold medals--were up for grabs and team USA earned a place on the podium--for a third day in a row.
A warm day in the mountains above Sochi--made for some tricky conditions.
But that didn't seem to hamper Americans on the snow--or ice.
Veteran Julia Mancuso snagged the bronze in the women's super-combined.
The 29-year-old won her fourth career olympic medal--after dominating in the downhill portion and finishing just strong enough in the slalom.
Until today, she hadn't raced in a slalom event all season.
And elsewhere on the ice--men's curling--team USA falling to Norway 7-4.
Though, despite the rather muted tone to the American uniforms--the most bizarre competition seems to be taking place in the curling fashion world-
With just who can one-up who.
I really knew I had a long shot, slalom is not my strength. I knew I had to ski and go for it and crossing the finish line, I was quite surprised.
The US women's hockey team also made a big impression.
Monique Lamoureax, Brianna Decker, and Amanda Kessel all scored within 55 seconds in the first period--helping the Americans beat the Swiss team nine to zero.
It was the fastest three-goal sequence in Olympic history.