Todd Hays and Brian Shimer ended 46 years of U.S. bobsled frustration in a big way, taking silver and bronze in the four-man. And in the inaugural women's competition, Americans Jill Bakken and Vonetta Flowers -- who most thought weren't even the best U.S. team -- won an improbable gold.
• Complete bobsled results | Bobsled medals
• Caple: Sledding prince | Bakken's golden choice | Tourists
• Cruz: Suspended Jovanovic left out in cold
Total Medals by Country
Adelson: An experience worth millions
German Glessner's medal hopes died in January when, with $20 in his pocket, he tried his ATM card and it was invalid.
Adelson: Luge's not a spectator sport
Watching luge isn't exactly fan friendly. In fact, like NASCAR, most of it is all a big blur.
Keown: Fourth not the place to be
Americans Todd Hays and Garrett Hines finished in a hearbreaking fourth place in the two-man bobsled.
Caple: One in a billion
Shiva Keshavan is literally one in a billion. He's the lone athlete from India.
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