Olympic athletes with local ties

With more than 50 athletes with New England ties competing in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, there is plenty to follow for local fans.

Check here throughout the Olympics to get results for local athletes.

Men's hockey

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Tuukka Rask led Finland to a bronze medal by shutting out the U.S., 5-0, in the third-place game.

Women's hockey

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The U.S. women's team has now lost to Canada in three of the past four Olympic gold-medal games.


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Kelly Clark, right, settled for bronze behind gold and silver medalists Kaitlyn Farrington, center, and Torah Bright, left.

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Few expectations were placed on Alex Deibold in Sochi. The lack of pressure helped him relax.

Freestyle skiing

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Silver medal winner Devin Logan celebrates after the slopestyle finals.

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Hannah Kearney didn't repeat as Olympic champ but landed on the Sochi podium, winning bronze.

Alpine Skiing

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Bode Miller (bronze) and Andrew Weibrecht (silver) represented the U.S. on the Super-G podium.

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Burke Mountain Academy grad Mikaela Shiffrin, 18, is the youngest Olympic slalom gold medalist.

Cross-Country Skiing

Ski Jumping

Figure Skating

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The two-time reigning U.S. champions Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir finished ninth in the Sochi pairs competition.




Steven Holcomb and Steve Langton earned bronze in the two-man bobsled, ending a 62-year medal drought in the event for the U.S.


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