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Day 14 Highlights

Highlights of the day's action, featuring action from the women's curling semi-finals. Medals are also up for grabs in women's alpine combined skiing and men's biathlon relay.


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Previously, the Winter Olympics...

Disappointment for Kyle Smith. Great

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Britain are out.

She's done it! It

is the gold medal for Anna Gasser!

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The Olympic combined champion...

USA

get gold for the first time since

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1998! The Olympic slalom champion.

Day 14...

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In Korea we like games of strategy.

We like games that take their time,

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progress slowly, but take you under

their spell. We like a game called

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Go. The oldest board game, played

for thousands of years. It is a game

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of stones, probability and

calculation. The aim of the game is

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to place your stones to control a

desired territory. But this isn't

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the only game here that is played

with stones. This game is rather

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hypnotic. Superior tactics will

ensure you guard against enemy

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attacks.

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Brush your opponent's stones away.

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End to our adversary's chances. So

complex that it carries heavy mental

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weight. In South Korea, we have a

new love, we love curling.

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So do we!

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In many ways the most important day

of Eve Muirhead's career -

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win her semi-final against Sweden

and a gold medal

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match was the prize.

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Welcome to Today at the Games.

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The action at the Winter Olympics

has been keeping us going

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for exactly two weeks.

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87 gold medals have been handed

out so far and there

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are only 16 more on offer.

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The chances are running

out but here's what's

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on offer this evening.

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The steely-blue eyes were fixed

on the prize as Team GB took

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on Sweden for a place

in the curling final.

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The Olympic Athletes of Russia have

not yet managed to win a gold medal

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but their two teenage figure skaters

were ready to jump for joy.

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Having not won an ice hockey match

at the Olympics this century,

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Germany have shocked everyone

by making it to the last

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four, where they faced

the might of Canada.

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And the test was bound to be bumpy

in the ski cross, where the trick is

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not to cross your skis.

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not to cross your skis. Please

welcome Kent Simpson.

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And please welcome four-time British

ski champion turned ski

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cross racer Ed Drake

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and curling silver medallist,

skip David Murdoch.

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The blue and yellow

of Sweden is a regular

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at the top table of curling.

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They won gold in 2006 and 2010

and took silver four years ago.

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Be in no doubt,

the Swedes can sweep.

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But Eve Muirhead and her ice sisters

have spent four years hoping

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for another chance and training

for this moment, knowing that only

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the winner would get a shot at gold.

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Here's Paddy Gearey.

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The very best curlers see past where

others don't. They find a way. Eve

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Muirhead is a natural navigator, but

that doesn't stop you from slipping,

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sometimes. Against America, against

Korea, Team your head wandered off

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course. In the first match against

Sweden, just as they were trying to

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cling on, Eve did not let go in

time.

This is a disaster.

A no ball,

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red lights, red lines, alarm bells.

If you must make mistakes in this

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sport, Megan Hurley and then make

them right. Muirhead moved her

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pieces. Switzerland, Japan, once

mighty Canada, trapped in checkmate.

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On the thinnest ice, Great Britain

had found their path. It brought

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them back to Sweden, who had beaten

them in the round robin.

We are

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ready to rumble against Sweden. A

chance to get into the final, to

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contest the gold medal.

It started

tactically, Sweden taking known from

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end one, to keep the hammer, the

last shot a bright -- advantage.

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What she normally does, just

blanking the end.

Sporting spirit is

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important in this game, which is why

Anna Sloan admitted she had touched

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a stone.

I touched that.

She just

said she touched it. I don't think

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Anna Hasselborg will say much.

The

choice was the Swedish's skip.

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Remove it, leave it, or move it to

where she thought it would have

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gone? She chose to place it outside

the scoring zone, not popular for

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everyone.

She moved it away more

than she should have.

Grey areas are

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one thing, what matters is what

happens in the red, white and blue

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circles. Sweden just about Doctor

Who. -- just about were taking two.

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She didn't take it back far enough.

By the fifth end, there were 3-1 up.

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Team GB needed to score. Eve 's

judgment would have to be pretty

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much perfect.

She has to find her

way around on the line. She has to

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hit the red at the back. She has a

chance. Has Eve Muirhead played a

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cracker? She has indeed. Well done,

Eve Muirhead. A superb shot to

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finish the fifth end. After her

early advantage, we are all tied up.

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In the pause between sticks and

stones, time for words from the

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coach.

The symbol, hitting against

would give us a chance, we could get

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up two.

Every time they tried to

build something, the Swedes kept

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taking stones.

How is your luck? She

may have done it. She has done very

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well indeed.

The Crossroads came at

the seventh end, Sweden, 5-3 up.

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Momentum had slipped, with almost

every stone.

Anna Hasselborg, she

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has played some wonderful shots. If

anything, she has been playing a

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little better than Eve Muirhead.

Particularly on the draw so far,

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that has been good. Has she got this

right? Coming down the same line.

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She can't see as much of the stone.

Fancy as much as Anna Sloan could

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see.

She pushed it out, when she let

it go.

It has gone right through.

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There is the first mistake from Anna

Hasselborg. A little bite of the

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lower lip. An opportunity that Eve

Muirhead has to capitalise on.

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The line is good, guys.

They like

the line. It is great to get this

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one in. Just have to come past the

front yellow. Just get past that

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one. It has done. What has she done?

Another good shot from Eve Muirhead.

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Just bumping out, though.

That has

left... Oh, that has left... She can

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see she can probably take both of

these yellows out.

With her final

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shot, Anna Hasselborg set Eve

Muirhead a perilous problem.

This

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was a chance that was building. The

Swedish skip, coming down. That

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looks a good shot. A very good shot

indeed.

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indeed.

The best scenario would see

them take one and move on. The

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worst... Well, the worst was about

to happen.

Cannot get this wrong.

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Coming through the gap. Here it

comes. Now, then... It is going...

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Three.

Three to Sweden. Great

Britain's hopes, at such a low point

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in that end, it is going to be so

difficult for Britain to come back

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from. 8-3.

Surely disorientated from

the sickener on seven, somehow she

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found an improbable par to take two

back on the eighth.

The smallest of

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opportunities for Eve Muirhead to

keep this alive.

Looking closer at

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the minute, is it?

What a shot by

Eve Muirhead! Just to keep the

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slimmest of hopes alive for Great

Britain.

But Sweden were now simply

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too far down the road.

Anna

Hasselborg, now ready to cement the

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victory for Sweden. They have been

ahead all the way through this

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match. They haven't put a foot

wrong, really, one two small errors,

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but it has been Great Britain that

have been able to play their best

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game. You have to hand it to Sweden.

They have been really, really good.

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Anna Hasselborg in particular, well

backed by her team. Drawing in for

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the two. I think we will see

handshakes. We do indeed. Eve

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Muirhead's quest for gold ends in

the semifinal. They still have the

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chance for a bronze medal, but it is

Anna Hasselborgday. For Anna Sloan,

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Lauren Gray, Vicki Adams and Eve

Muirhead, the best they can do is

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bronze. It is Sweden that will join

their male counterparts in the

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Olympic final.

Gave our all out

there tonight. The Swedish girls

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were on fire. Myself, I missed a

couple of key draws and you can't

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afford to do that. Of course, I am

absolutely gutted. I guess we have

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trained hard for the last three four

years to be in that position.

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Unfortunately, today, we were just

outplayed. But we have still got a

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medal to play for. Of course, we

will give it our all tomorrow.

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Fighting talk.

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She has to come back and do it all

again tomorrow. The real turning

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point was end seven? What happened?

They were two shots behind, they

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were trying aggressive tactics to

get a multiple score.

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They get into trouble, we are seeing

Anna Sloan playing the shot, you

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will see a bunch of stones out

front, a numerous amount of Swedish

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counters. It is a great shot from

Anna

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counters. It is a great shot from

Anna, because it gets the nod of

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trouble. Now she is looking to

remove that stone and stay in

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command. We had some question marks

about Anna Hasselborg, are there

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some chinks in her armour? A

complete mess. Now Eve has the

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advantage, looking to try to come

through the gap between the yellow

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stone is out front. The sweepers,

guiding the stone in. A nicely

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weighted draw. Coming over the line.

Between the stones. What we are

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seeing now is that the stone is

killing quickly, aggressively going

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to one side. It just hits the

Swedish stone at the top of the red.

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It ends in the worst spot possible.

Anna Hasselborg can see all of the

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yellow stone is and plays a great

shot.

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shot.

They are not just sweeping to

increase the speed of the stone,

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also to change the line?

It stops at

curling quickly, trying to hold the

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line. They are trying to get by the

guard. Ultimately it comes up short.

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That was the real body blow.

The

scoreline in the end, 10-5, it does

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not reflect the match. That was such

a turnaround?

It had been a really

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tough game for the girls. They never

really got in front. That was the

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hard part. They had to get in front

of the Swedes because they are very

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good defensively, a good hitting

team. They never really have the

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right game to get ahead. Ultimately,

that cost them the game.

Did you

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find it harder watching it and

playing in the semifinal?

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Absolutely. A strange experience,

being there, and it is definitely

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working out.

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In the other semi-final saw

the outstanding rink

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of the tournament -

South Korea, who topped

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the standings, against the only

team that beat them

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in the round robin stages, Japan.

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One way or another, the final

would feature an Asian nation

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for the very first time.

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The home team have become huge stars

on their way to reaching the

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semifinals, a first for South Korea.

They are nicknamed The Garlic Pills.

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All four, who went to school

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together, come from a region famous

for producing garlic.

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The team all have the surname Kim,

two of them are sisters,

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and have given each other nicknames

- Steak, Yogurt, Pancake,

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Sunny.

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They must have been hungry!

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It was an incredibly tight match

the Koreans were leading

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7-6 after the 9th end.

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In the 10th end and with their last

stone remaining all Korea needed

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to do was knock out

the one Japanese stone.

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Victory would be theirs and the

Koreans would advance to the gold

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medal match against Sweden.

Is it

going to be good enough? The

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cheering is premature. Japan may

have stolen the latter. I think they

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have. It was spinning and spinning

away. So did the gold medal match

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that they had their clutches on.

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Premature celebrations indeed.

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So, onto the 11th.

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Korea again with the hammer.

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Again everything relying on this

last stone, all Kim Eun Jung had

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to do when get it smack dab

in the middle of the house.

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It is curling away.

They are going

to get it! Fantastic shot. The crowd

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goes mental.

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Korea have done it! They are into

the gold medal match.

And I have

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seen pictures of people watching

curling in bars in Seoul for the

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very first time. Curling has become

a hit! This team have got themselves

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into the gold medal match. It is an

extraordinary story. They really

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have become personalities out there

as well. The skip, Kim, her facial

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expressions

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as well. The skip, Kim, her facial

expressions do not change, like Ivan

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Lendl coaching Andy Murray. They

have a lot of pictures of her

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looking anxious, worried, happy...

They are all the same! You have

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played them?

Yes, they wanted to learn so

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quickly. Women are a powerhouse in

curling, they really wanted to

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develop their strategy and

technique. They've imported a lot of

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teams into Korea to play against

them and get them up to speed. They

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are like sponges, soaking everything

up and we have seen the results.

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This could be really good for the

game worldwide.

Yes, we've always

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had the powerhouse of Canada winning

everything. Now we are seeing

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nations in Asia winning. Look at the

reaction from the crowd. It has

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captured the imagination of the

Korean people.

I love that they are

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all friends, two sisters. They are

all at school together. This

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project, they have developed it

together. The Garlic Girls... I need

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to think of a second line, they are

cooking on gas? I don't know if you.

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I have played it on the social end.

I have had a few beers and played it

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on a Friday night. That is one of my

questions, I would love it if you

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could walk us through the tenth

Enstone, last rock. Your heart must

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be pounding, how do you calm down?

That's the hardest part. In Sochi,

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in the final against Sweden, we had

that to win. You've been waiting

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your entire life. You need to calm

down, you try and throw the stone,

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knowing it is a routine shot but it

is probably the most difficult stone

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I've ever thrown in my life. I had a

lot of nerves playing that shot as

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well.

Eve Muirhead

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and her rink had to pick themselves

up for the bronze game, at 11:05am

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against Japan.

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Womens figure skating next

and when a sporting rivalry becomes

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a film and that film gets nominated

for Academy Awards -

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you know that it's

a story worth telling.

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Here's our own leading actor,

Olympic champion Robin Cousins...

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At the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lily

hammer in Norway, a rivalry between

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US top women skaters Tonya Harding

and Nancy Kerrigan came to a

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conclusion. Kerrigan was seen as the

all-American princess, the ice

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queen. Tonya Harding, the skater

from the wrong side of the tracks.

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By 1994, they were the talk of the

town. At the US championships

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though, Nancy Kerrigan was attacked

after a training session.

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after a training session.

Help me!

Hit across the knee by a heavy club,

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the injury was so horrific it took

her out of the US championships. It

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soon emerged that Tonya Harding's

husband hired a hit man to take out

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Nancy Kerrigan. The US Olympic

Committee tried to ban Tonya Harding

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but she threatened to sue.

Tonya

Harding will skate in the 1994

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Olympic Games.

Nancy Kerrigan showed

resilience, it wasn't long before

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she was back on the ice and in full

training. To Lillehammer they both

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went. Under incredible scrutiny from

an un-trusting media, Tonya Harding

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was struggling to cope and her form

deteriorated. A disappointing sure

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programme left her in tenth place.

Then, following a bizarre false

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start to her free programme, she was

allowed to start again. Eventually

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making up two places and finishing

in eighth overall.

Let me off.

In

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her short programme, Kerrigan

performed with beauty and

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athleticism, going into the free

programme, she was in third place.

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The crowd loved her even more.

Applause

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APPLAUSE

CHEERING

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A tremendous reception. She returned

to the USA and Olympic silver

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medallist and a hero. But Tonya

returned home to an FBI

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investigation and a $100,000 fine.

She would never skate competitively

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again.

STUDIO: Also competing in the 1994

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Olympics in Lillehammer was Jayne

Torvill. What do you remember about

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that tension surrounding the pair?

Obviously, it was out there and it

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was the talk of the Olympics, sadly

for the wrong reasons but I remember

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that instead of riding with the team

to the practices and back, they were

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both in separate cars with a

security person each. Just to ensure

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that nothing like that happened

again.

Have you seen the film, I,

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Tonya?

Yes, it's an interesting one.

It comes from a different angle,

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claiming that Tonya was more of a

victim that I do not know the real

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story.

I think nobody does, that is

what is so fascinating. Allison

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Janney won a BAFTA for playing Tonya

Harding's mother, and her and Margot

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Robbie, who plays Tonya Harding,

have been nominated for Oscars.

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Another rivalry now.

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This time it's between two

teenagers from Russia,

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the OAR are still yet to take

to the top of the podium.

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What a competition for the two

Russians... We all love a sporting

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rivalry, and here at the figure

skating, the competition between two

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Russian

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teenagers has been nothing short of

mesmerising...

Perfection again, I

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have never seen this girl put a foot

wrong...

The reigning champion

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Evgenia Medvedeva set a new world

record in the short programme, to

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see it broken minutes later by her

training partner, European champion

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Alina Zagitova. Absolutely glorious,

how anyone can out Prodigy Evgenia

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Medvedeva, I don't know. Today, they

go in the free skate to fight it out

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for the Olympic Boulevard.

Hour goes

-- our girls are the best!

We dream

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and we know that today will be the

best of the best.

My favourite is

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Alina

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best of the best.

My favourite is

Alina, she is like a flower, like a

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swan. But I love Evgenia too.

They

are machines in as much as they are

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technically proficient and can

deliver consistently but they each

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have their own personality, which

they bring through the choreography

0:22:330:22:37

and music.

Alina Zagitova lead going

into the free skating but is it the

0:22:370:22:41

old timer at 18 who will pip the

15-year-old?

The old timer, as you

0:22:410:22:48

call her, she goes last. We will

wait and see.

So, here she is... She

0:22:480:22:56

has set a new short programme world

record two days ago. The long

0:22:560:23:01

programme helped the Olympic

athletes of Russia to the silver

0:23:010:23:04

medal in the team event. This is

Alina Zagitova, the young pretender.

0:23:040:23:11

Ooh, that would have been a triple

Lutz, triple loop combination,

0:23:570:24:06

taking the Lutz there. How well does

she think on her feet? Double axel,

0:24:060:24:14

triple toe loop...

0:24:140:24:25

A triple flip, double toe loop,

double loop.

0:24:270:24:39

The second triple Lutz will come now

and it has to be in the combination.

0:24:440:24:47

She will want it to be with a triple

toe loop...

0:24:470:24:56

toe loop... No, she will do it with

a triple loop.

0:24:560:25:03

And the triple flip.

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CHUCKLES

For a second, it looked as though

0:25:410:25:48

Alina Zagitova was the first to

blink in the race for gold. The mist

0:25:480:25:51

combination at the start but she

thought on her feet.

It was not

0:25:510:25:57

completely flawless but the crowd

loved it. We need to wait and see

0:25:570:26:00

what the judges think...

Alina

Zagitova has earned in the free

0:26:000:26:05

programme...

It is not a new season

best, not a new world record, we are

0:26:050:26:15

expecting so much of this young

15-year-old. She has a commanding

0:26:150:26:22

lead.

Alina Zagitova has gone to the

top and at 15, she is guaranteed an

0:26:220:26:29

Olympic medal. But, which colour?

Here is our last skater at this

0:26:290:26:35

Olympic Games, and what a way to

close the show. Evgenia Medvedeva,

0:26:350:26:39

the two-time world champion...

0:26:390:26:47

Strong, second triple flip.

0:27:210:27:31

A beautiful triple loop!

0:27:320:27:37

That is it. The triple Sal Coe, the

triple toe loop. One more double

0:28:170:28:21

axel... -- triple salchow.

0:28:210:28:33

axel... -- triple salchow. This is

your gold medal winning

0:28:330:28:34

performance... Absolutely on the

money...

0:28:340:28:43

APPLAUSE

0:29:180:29:21

Marvellous from Evgenia Medvedeva

again. Not ready to relinquish her

0:29:260:29:32

crown. The double world champion,

still the very best in the world.

0:29:320:29:39

Medvedeva is down there in tears,

they are littering the ice with

0:29:390:29:43

cuddly toys. Surely that is the gold

medal?

0:29:430:29:51

medal?

156...

No, it is not enough!

156.65 for Evgenia Medvedeva. That

0:29:510:29:59

is the gold medal missing.

Heartbreak for Medvedeva, who

0:29:590:30:07

thought she had done enough.

The

judges have actually marked her

0:30:070:30:11

lower than Zagitova. It means the

15-year-old is the Olympic champion.

0:30:110:30:19

Fantastic performance from Zagitova,

we can take nothing away from the

0:30:190:30:22

15-year-old. She has just pulled off

an enormous upset at this Olympic

0:30:220:30:26

Games.

0:30:260:30:27

Well, that result, mixed response as

it may have got any arena, meant a

0:30:320:30:35

first gold medal for the Olympic

Athletes from Russia. But, of

0:30:350:30:40

course, they are not allowed to have

their own flag or national anthem,

0:30:400:30:44

so Zagitova didn't really know what

to do when the Olympic hymn was

0:30:440:30:47

played.

0:30:470:30:54

Jayne Torvill, having watched that

whole competition unfold, how did

0:30:540:30:57

you compare the two Russians and did

you compare the two Russians and did

0:30:570:31:03

think the judges were right?

I

thought that Medvedeva should have

0:31:030:31:08

won. She had a more balanced

programme and still had technical

0:31:080:31:11

difficulties. Zagitova put all of

her big jumps at the end, she back

0:31:110:31:17

loaded it, as they say, and she did

not have the speed or flow over the

0:31:170:31:20

ice, for me.

So when we watch this,

Zagitova is not actually doing much

0:31:200:31:25

at the moment?

It is a good few

minutes before she does anything.

0:31:250:31:31

She is definitely saving the jumps

for the last two minutes to get that

0:31:310:31:34

extra 10%.

You can see that

Medvedeva is already getting a

0:31:340:31:40

combination in there. At the back

end of this, why do the judges score

0:31:400:31:44

more highly if you put the jumps in

at the end?

It is thought you would

0:31:440:31:47

be more physically tired by then, if

you can manage to do triple jumps

0:31:470:31:51

and combinations at the end of the

routine, you are a stronger skater.

0:31:510:31:57

To me, it balances the programme.

There was a lot of talk about it

0:31:570:32:00

within the skating world. I suspect

we might see a change in the rules

0:32:000:32:05

for next season.

We saw Medvedeva's

reaction when her scores came

0:32:050:32:09

through, she clearly thought she had

done enough and suddenly realised

0:32:090:32:12

that she hadn't. Her heart breaks.

And then she puts on the smiling

0:32:120:32:17

face, because you got to be brave,

my team-mate has one.

She did win

0:32:170:32:25

the free programme, but lost in the

short one. I think Zagitova put her

0:32:250:32:28

jobs towards the end and got more

scores.

What was your favourite

0:32:280:32:33

routine?

Caitlin Osmond from Canada,

who got the bronze medal. For me,

0:32:330:32:38

her quality of skating was so much

better than either of the Russian

0:32:380:32:40

girls. His speed over the ice,

airflow, she made it more effortless

0:32:400:32:46

and have more performance quality.

Did that performance quality, are

0:32:460:32:49

you talking about the ability to

sell a story?

Yes, the storytelling

0:32:490:32:55

was a lot better. But she is more

mature, at the ripe old age of 21!

0:32:550:33:03

Her projection to the crowd and the

audience, for me, it was the best

0:33:030:33:07

all-round programme.

Who has been

your star of the games?

I think the

0:33:070:33:14

German pair skaters, I loved those,

and the fact that Chris was

0:33:140:33:17

involved. They are beautiful skaters

and they made that, they wanted

0:33:170:33:23

Chris to create a dance programme

for them. They did that, but with

0:33:230:33:28

great elements, the strength and the

technical quality of the elements,

0:33:280:33:31

it was superb.

A great moment. Thank

you so much for being with us.

0:33:310:33:36

Now to men's speed skating,

and for a country obsessed

0:33:360:33:38

with the sport the fact

that the Dutch haven't won a gold

0:33:380:33:41

medal for seven days is unthinkable.

0:33:410:33:44

However, the good news

for the men in orange

0:33:450:33:48

is the last man to win gold,

1500m champion Kjeld Nuis

0:33:480:33:50

is equally as strong over 1000m.

0:33:500:33:52

Let's see how he gets on...

0:33:520:33:55

It is the men's 1000 metres.

0:34:010:34:08

The Olympic 500 metre champion,

Lawrence and over the line in the

0:34:080:34:15

fastest time. From the Netherlands,

Kjeld Nuis, a big threat to

0:34:150:34:23

Lorentzen's time. So, it was billed

as a heavyweight clash between

0:34:230:34:29

Harvard

0:34:290:34:34

Harvard Lorentzen of Norway and this

man here. A picture of

0:34:340:34:38

concentration. This is the closing

stages. Neck and neck. Here he

0:34:380:34:45

comes, towards the line! Nuis goes

for it, and he's got it! Only just,

0:34:450:34:53

but just is enough for the Dutchman!

The world champion is now a double

0:34:530:34:58

Olympic champion. It is the Dutch

man who has prevailed. Even he, by

0:34:580:35:03

the look on his face, is only just

beginning to believe it.

0:35:030:35:07

Still to come...

0:35:120:35:13

Puckering up for a face off,

Germany took on the mighty Canada

0:35:130:35:16

in the ice hockey semi-finals.

0:35:160:35:17

And we've got the Winter

Olympic equivalent of

0:35:170:35:20

the Grand National - Ski Cross.

0:35:200:35:23

Tell us how you feel.

0:35:320:35:39

So much happens in 24 hours and we

try to cram it into one hour on this

0:35:580:36:02

programme. Yesterday, it may seem

like weeks ago but it was yesterday,

0:36:020:36:05

you were commentating on one of the

greatest ever women's finals at an

0:36:050:36:10

Olympic Games.

It was remarkable. It

had everything.

0:36:100:36:12

Leading 2-1, the United States

coming back to level it up, you go

0:36:170:36:21

through 20 minutes of overtime and

both teams are exhausted. You can

0:36:210:36:24

see the emotion on their faces. What

a shoot out, the talent on display

0:36:240:36:28

on the shoot out was off the charts.

Such an amazing goal to win for the

0:36:280:36:33

United States. So thrilled for them.

I mean, they have lost four Olympics

0:36:330:36:38

in a row. Canada has won every time.

That was huge for the United States.

0:36:380:36:42

So gracious of you. Today was

semifinal day for the men. In the

0:36:420:36:49

first, an imperious away our team

facing the Czech Republic. -- OA,

0:36:490:36:56

first, an imperious away our team

facing the Czech Republic. -- OA,.

0:36:560:36:58

Two goals in the second period

and one goal in the third meant that

0:37:000:37:04

OAR ran out 3-0 winners over

the Czech republic.

0:37:040:37:06

They're the first Russian team to

reach the Olympic final in 20 years.

0:37:060:37:10

It's traditionally the last gold

of the Games on Sunday

0:37:100:37:11

but who would face the OAR?

0:37:110:37:14

All the money was on Canada,

chasing their third successive gold

0:37:140:37:17

medal against Germany,

who hadn't won a single match

0:37:170:37:19

in 2006 or 2010 and didn't

even qualify in 2014.

0:37:190:37:24

Kent was alongside Seth

Bennett to call this one.

0:37:240:37:27

A big hit from behind. Germany have

the lead! The defending champions

0:37:370:37:47

are behind early on. Germany getting

it in the offensive zone. Can they

0:37:470:37:54

score? They do! A second goal for

the Germans. Wonderful play.

0:37:540:38:03

Terrific vision from Hagar.

Massive

upset on the cards. Canada have to

0:38:030:38:09

find a way to get into this hockey

game. Right now, they are second

0:38:090:38:12

best in every area. Germany are

going to come back, two onto one in

0:38:120:38:19

the zone. A third goal for the

Germans! Canada are stunned!

He

0:38:190:38:25

slides it through his legs, are you

kidding me!? What a goal!

The

0:38:250:38:29

Germans are on the brink of

something incredible. Not even

0:38:290:38:33

halfway through this game. Canada

will look for it, they score. They

0:38:330:38:39

have a foot back in the game. Having

trailed 3-0, the long road back to

0:38:390:38:45

the gold-medal game starts here for

the Canadians.

What a shot.

0:38:450:38:53

They have scored, write off the

draw! Three seconds into the power

0:38:530:38:57

play. Germany restore the 3-goal

advantage.

What a lucky break for

0:38:570:39:03

Germany.

Huge hit, leaving a man

lying on the ice.

0:39:030:39:17

Brule is dismissed. Wolf is in a

real mess. Are they going to finish

0:39:180:39:24

it off? Great play to keep it out.

He lost it. The last thing I thought

0:39:240:39:30

would happen. The last thing I

thought would happen is that Germany

0:39:300:39:36

would have a chance for a fifth,

this is unreal! Two onto one for the

0:39:360:39:41

Canadians. They are back! At least

back within two.

How about this

0:39:410:39:48

move? He catches it on the forehand.

And then it is up, over the

0:39:480:39:56

outstretched arm, hang onto your

hats.

Robinson has given one away.

0:39:570:40:01

This could be a chance back the

Germans. Penalty shot. The pressure

0:40:010:40:09

is on. Can they extend their lead

again? Huge save from Kevin Poulin.

0:40:090:40:19

Canada are believing they can do the

unthinkable. The first time Germany

0:40:190:40:25

has been bent out of shape. They

have scored! Canada are within one.

0:40:250:40:30

The champions have got back from the

dead. They were on the ropes and now

0:40:300:40:36

they are within one goal of tying it

up. The Germans have done it,

0:40:360:40:41

Germany have beaten the defending

champions! They are going for gold!

0:40:410:40:47

They have reached their first ever

Olympic ice hockey final and created

0:40:470:40:52

one of the biggest upsets in Winter

Olympics history.

0:40:520:40:56

Germany are going to face OAR on

Sunday. In the list of all-time

0:40:590:41:06

shocks, where does it run?

It is up

there! Incredible result for

0:41:060:41:10

Germany. Not as shocking as if it

was the NHL players, for sure. But

0:41:100:41:14

you can't take anything away from

Germany. This was huge, they were

0:41:140:41:18

not expected to win. Rightly, they

were the better team, they played

0:41:180:41:21

better than Canada.

Dave has played

some ice hockey?

I played in my

0:41:210:41:27

teenage years, thoroughly enjoyable.

A Germany improved that much, or

0:41:270:41:30

where did Canada go wrong?

Germany

has. A couple of years ago they were

0:41:300:41:35

on the verge of relegation from pool

A, they brought in a new coach that

0:41:350:41:40

played almost 1000 games in the NHL.

He has turned the whole attitude

0:41:400:41:43

around with this team. They came

0:41:430:41:45

He has turned the whole attitude

around with this team. They came to

0:41:450:41:45

the Olympics and they have just

outworked everybody. It is just

0:41:450:41:49

amazing. They came out in this game

against Canada, and they just

0:41:490:41:54

shocked. A lot of the players play

on the same team in the German

0:41:540:41:57

league, the top lead there. There

was a little bit of chemistry

0:41:570:42:00

already. They played Canada in a few

other leader tournaments. And they

0:42:000:42:05

beat Canada. So I think they just

were not intimidated. They came out,

0:42:050:42:08

we have beaten them before, let's do

it again.

No sign of them freezing,

0:42:080:42:12

they

0:42:120:42:17

they tried to mount a come back. But

Germany were just better.

They work.

0:42:210:42:24

In the quarterfinal, there were 3-1

on Sweden. Sweden came back and tied

0:42:240:42:27

that up, and Germany won in

overtime. You're thinking, they are

0:42:270:42:29

going to blow it again. Canada needs

one more. But they didn't break.

0:42:290:42:32

Will heads roll after a shock defeat

like that? How is Canadian...

Once

0:42:320:42:36

the tears dried! There will be an

inquisition. Hockey Canada will look

0:42:360:42:43

at this. Same with the women, no

doubt about it. There is the one

0:42:430:42:48

camp saying, OK, our best players

were not there. You can take solace

0:42:480:42:51

in that. But, that being said, this

was a two-year expedition for Hockey

0:42:510:42:57

Canada, they travelled the world,

putting out the best possible team

0:42:570:43:00

they could. To not go for gold, it

is disappointing.

You have to look

0:43:000:43:04

at this from the German Foreign

Office. They put out of this.

0:43:040:43:07

That is pretty much what it is like!

Good advice!

Ice hockey is pretty

0:43:200:43:26

rough and tumble. But what about ski

cross?

0:43:260:43:28

It came into the games in Vancouver

and it's been a firm

0:43:280:43:31

favourite ever since.

0:43:310:43:32

Brady Leman took gold for Canada

in the men's event and they had

0:43:320:43:35

the defending champion

in the women's.

0:43:350:43:37

The competitors are no

stranger to danger.

0:43:370:43:39

And they say

fortune favours the brave -

0:43:390:43:41

but that doesn't always work out...

0:43:410:43:44

We have all been there. It is early

in the morning, you are the

0:43:480:43:52

defending Olympic champion in the

first heat and you haven't quite

0:43:520:43:54

woken up yet.

She is down about!

That is a huge surprise!

If

0:43:540:44:01

Thomson's look was out, the Italian,

Deborah picks and a's was definitely

0:44:010:44:05

in.

0:44:050:44:07

Oh, no! Photo finish, I think she

lost it to the Russian.

No, I think

0:44:100:44:18

she made it through!

No such

excitement for the 2013 world

0:44:180:44:24

champion, Fanny Smith. The Swiss

skier, still looking for her first

0:44:240:44:28

Olympic medal at her third games,

easing through in style. As did the

0:44:280:44:33

reigning world champion Sandra

Naslund Sweden, and Kelsey Serwa.

I

0:44:330:44:41

would like to call that a

masterclass!

Opportunity knocked for

0:44:410:44:47

Emily Sarsfield from Durham, she was

struggling in third when the

0:44:470:44:51

Canadian fell foul of this brutal

course.

My word! She has gone! That

0:44:510:44:57

is a nasty fall at the end. That

puts Emily Sarsfield through.

In the

0:44:570:45:04

first in the quarterfinals, fortune

favoured the Australian, Sami

0:45:040:45:10

Kennedy-Sim and Lisa Andersson. But

it deserted and really back.

0:45:100:45:16

Luck finally ran ran out for Debora

Pixner and Emily Sarsfield, as

0:45:160:45:23

Brittany Phelan, from Sochi, showed

her class. And her team-mate joined

0:45:230:45:29

her winning the quarterfinal. Fanny

Smith was up against Sandra

0:45:290:45:35

Sandra Naeslund.

She is just hoping

that she can stay in touch...

0:45:430:45:48

Staying close enough that even if

these two made a mistake she can

0:45:480:45:52

make a move... But no, she's pushed

wide in the turned there, Anastasiia

0:45:520:45:58

Chirtcova.

If she makes a move that

will be here... Anastasiia Chirtcova

0:45:580:46:02

inside of Naeslund.

Naeslund should

be able to shut the door.

The

0:46:020:46:12

Frenchwoman Marielle Berger Sabbatel

has fought her way back in. What a

0:46:120:46:16

view! As they come through to the

first of the four jumps.

It is such

0:46:160:46:24

a shame for Chirtcova, she is in

last place but it's great for us as

0:46:240:46:27

we can watch the race as Fanny Smith

comes through. Naeslund in second.

0:46:270:46:31

We thought that those would be the

two that would progress through. We

0:46:310:46:35

were not wrong there. Here we go...

The first of the semifinals... Sami

0:46:350:46:45

Kennedy-Sim's best Olympics... She

sits down terribly!

A shame for the

0:46:450:46:51

Australian. Out of the running. Now,

it is a question... Sandra Naeslund

0:46:510:46:56

out in front as we thought she would

be. Smith in second, what can the

0:46:560:47:02

young Swede Lisa Andersson do? She

needs to do something to stay in

0:47:020:47:05

touch.

At the moment, Fanny Smith

looks blisteringly quick on the

0:47:050:47:10

skis, as they come over this really

long and beautifully measured jump.

0:47:100:47:15

Into this bit... Lisa Andersson has

gone!

It is the two favours we

0:47:150:47:22

thought would be quick and the

competition. Fanny Smith will not do

0:47:220:47:28

anything stupid here. She is a very

intelligent competitor. I hope I

0:47:280:47:32

have not given her commentator's are

sets

soaking up the technical step

0:47:320:47:37

down... You can just see Sami

Kennedy-Sim, she had a terrible

0:47:370:47:43

start and took herself out the

running, in third place. It seems at

0:47:430:47:46

the moment a very simple one two for

Smith and Naeslund, Naeslund has

0:47:460:47:56

certainly read and remember the form

book. Naeslund of Sweden, wearing

0:47:560:48:05

the red bib, she takes first

position and looks very strong.

0:48:050:48:07

Fanny Smith of Switzerland, she will

join her.

0:48:070:48:17

join her.

Expect the Canadians to go

out of the start like absolute

0:48:170:48:19

rockets! Kelsey Serwa is looking

good...

She is breathtaking! Look at

0:48:190:48:28

the distance.

0:48:280:48:33

the distance. Luedi left in the

dust.

Brittany Phelan makes a move

0:48:330:48:38

on the French skier Baron. Kelsey

Serwa...

The Swiss is backing with

0:48:380:48:44

those lightning fast skis! The

Canadian gets dragged into the pack.

0:48:440:48:53

Incredible racing from the Swiss!

Cleanly through!

How did Luedi do

0:48:530:49:00

that? She is in third position.

Luedi in third, her skis were a

0:49:000:49:05

little high, the inside line on the

corner, can she make a move on

0:49:050:49:09

Brittany Phelan? Baron is out.

The

Canadians are running things from

0:49:090:49:17

the front at the moment... Kelsey

Serwa is looking really strong. She

0:49:170:49:25

has looked strong...

We saw her with

an easy first aid final. We were not

0:49:250:49:29

sure whether it was her speed or the

mistakes of the Russian and the

0:49:290:49:33

Italian that she was up against. It

is a one two for the Canadians.

Here

0:49:330:49:43

we go, who will have the quickest

start? Pressure on the skis and on

0:49:430:49:50

the gate... A little delay, there is

the drop. It is Serwa ahead. Phelan

0:49:500:49:55

with work to do.

Phelan dragged

back, Smith looking fast through the

0:49:550:50:02

outside. Serwa holds nerve and her

line. Neck and neck, shoulder to

0:50:020:50:06

shoulder.

Here comes Phelan, coming

up against Sandra Naeslund...

They

0:50:060:50:13

are all packed in together!

0:50:130:50:19

are all packed in together! Wow!

Serwa in front, a little daylight

0:50:190:50:22

between the two. It is Smith, in

second.

Naeslund in the left-hander,

0:50:220:50:30

as they fly through the step up and

step down setup. Serwa leading from

0:50:300:50:38

the front, Smith explodes and opens

the door for Phelan and Naeslund.

0:50:380:50:43

She just needs to cut in! She has a

silver medal position!

Look at the

0:50:430:50:49

battle for the bronze going on! It

is Naeslund and Smith...

It is going

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to be Smith!

The Canadians are

looking so in control! One last

0:50:550:51:02

chance... A bronze medal for

Switzerland! Just ahead of Naeslund.

0:51:020:51:10

Such a dominant force in the World

Cup, unable to assert her presence

0:51:100:51:15

in the final.

Finally, a medal for

Fanny Smith at the Olympic Games.

0:51:150:51:20

Serwa was fifth in Vancouver, second

in Sochi and she has finally taken

0:51:200:51:27

the first place spot here. Very,

very impressive.

Do you think the

0:51:270:51:31

Canadians will be heartened by that?

A little bit! I cannot take anything

0:51:310:51:36

away. It was remarkable.

You like

the lumberjack shirts as well. It is

0:51:360:51:43

a crazy sport, you have tried it,

0:51:430:51:46

the lumberjack shirts as well. It is

a crazy sport, you have tried it,,

0:51:460:51:47

what is the key to surviving?

I

don't know, half the time it is luck

0:51:470:51:52

but they have done so hard today.

They respected each other, they did

0:51:520:51:56

not smash into each other. It was

solid racing. Such tight conditions.

0:51:560:52:01

The start feature is incredibly

difficult, you have to work so hard

0:52:010:52:05

to get out the Wu-Tang. It is neck

and neck all the way down. All three

0:52:050:52:09

of the ladies are fighting and you

can see what it means to them. They

0:52:090:52:13

still managed to hold it together.

How difficult is it to slipstream

0:52:130:52:19

your opponent? It can lead to a

blind job.

If you are not in first,

0:52:190:52:25

you are in behind it -- it can lead

to a blind jump. One of them was

0:52:250:52:34

slipstreaming and flew an extra 20

metres off the last jump because he

0:52:340:52:37

was carrying so much speed into the

final jump. It can make a big

0:52:370:52:41

difference.

I have a suggestion as

to how it can get better, if you are

0:52:410:52:46

off the back, you should have a

difficult option which is quicker so

0:52:460:52:49

you can take the B route but it is

more difficult!

How do you make it

0:52:490:52:58

more difficult, by throwing

snowballs?

Emily Sarsfield made the

0:52:580:53:03

quarterfinals and she posted this on

social media...

0:53:030:53:08

She should be very pleased and we

are all proud. A great performance,

0:53:140:53:19

she has had many injuries. Like most

snow -based athletes, the funding

0:53:190:53:23

hasn't been great. Recently it has

got better, a vast majority of snow

0:53:230:53:27

-based athletes are finding

themselves but thanks to some good

0:53:270:53:31

results coming through, it is

filtering down but for Emily's

0:53:310:53:34

career, it has mostly been her own.

A great result and she is safe which

0:53:340:53:39

is good.

0:53:390:53:40

Now for the other stories

and glories, here's Paddy...

0:53:400:53:44

The men's biathlon relay, Sweden

against Norway for the gold. Neck

0:53:440:53:48

and neck in a Scandinavian

stand-off. In the final round of

0:53:480:53:53

shooting, the Norwegian Svensson

missed the target meaning he had to

0:53:530:53:56

ski a penalty loop and Frederick

Lindstrom was left to lap up the

0:53:560:54:00

glory, winning the gold in front of

the Swedish king. In the bobsleigh,

0:54:000:54:06

the second Russian athlete has

tested positive for a banned

0:54:060:54:09

substance at the games, Nadezhda

Sergeeva was a pilot in the women's

0:54:090:54:14

bobsleigh. The Bobsleigh Federation

said that she tested positive for a

0:54:140:54:19

heart drug that they claim was not

prescribed by the medical team.

0:54:190:54:24

Canada's surprisingly miserable

curling games go on, they missed out

0:54:240:54:27

on a bronze to Switzerland. The

Canadian Mint won gold in the last

0:54:270:54:32

three games. STUDIO: Two days of

competition left, Norway have

0:54:320:54:36

equalled the level for total medals.

In mixed day for Canada, in the ice

0:54:360:54:42

hockey and culling, they have been

let down but they are going strong

0:54:420:54:45

in this ski cross. -- in the ice

hockey and in the curling. Let's go

0:54:450:54:53

off piste...

0:54:530:55:00

My Sochi trolley is trying out the

skiing, apparently! As if it is the

0:55:000:55:05

slopestyle... Do you remember that?

I do!

And Mr T loves the curling as

0:55:050:55:14

well. And it has caught on in the

library at the National history

0:55:140:55:18

Museum... -- Natural History Museum.

This is the classroom at when to

0:55:180:55:23

fold school in Worcestershire... And

the residents at beach house care

0:55:230:55:27

home in Norfolk. They have been

throwing a few stones! And the crazy

0:55:270:55:34

curling continues at the Glasgow

Guides with a bigger team than would

0:55:340:55:40

be allowed! We featured curling with

suitcases, this is another prop!

0:55:400:55:50

And, inspired by Lindsay Vonn, this

eight-year-old girl has invented a

0:55:500:55:54

new sport!

What do you have to say?

I'm skiing! I'm skiing Clare

0:55:540:56:06

new sport!

What do you have to say?

I'm skiing! I'm skiing Clare!

A

0:56:060:56:11

personal message! And you are only

allowed to do this if you are a

0:56:110:56:14

winter athlete!

It looks appealing!

Here we go...

0:56:140:56:27

Here we go... First up, from the

curling, those stones are always out

0:56:270:56:31

to get you, just when your back is

turned... This is the Swiss skipper

0:56:310:56:37

Peter de Cruz!

And on TV! Poor

Peter!

Next, it's your moment, every

0:56:370:56:46

child dreads this. Ma'am, sit down!

Please don't take the limelight! You

0:56:460:56:51

are embarrassing yourself and me!

Next, it is ice to meet you... To

0:56:510:57:00

meet you, ice! Clearly checking out

of the game...

0:57:000:57:11

of the game... Ooh! And finally, the

speed skating here, remember we

0:57:110:57:15

mentioned the mullet being back...

What about the mini ponytail?

0:57:150:57:19

Rocking that lurk! It is solid,

isn't it? -- rocking the look. What

0:57:190:57:27

has been your moment of the games?

Today?

The South Korean women's

0:57:270:57:33

curling team, to win that extra end

in front of a big crowd, the

0:57:330:57:36

placement crazy!

I am biased but the

ski cross, the women raced amazingly

0:57:360:57:44

well in tricky conditions, such a

cool event for them.

Definitely the

0:57:440:57:49

German victory over Canada, I didn't

have any tears left after the women

0:57:490:57:53

lost it was all but today!

0:57:530:57:59

On BBC Four, you can see all of the

highlights now. Middle chances for

0:57:590:58:03

Billy Morgan in the big air. We are

determined to salvage a bronze in

0:58:030:58:08

the curling and tomorrow is also the

start of the four man Bob.

0:58:080:58:12

Lamin Deen and Brad Hall

0:58:120:58:13

are ready to give us

0:58:130:58:14

something to rave about...

0:58:140:58:17

Goodnight.

0:58:170:58:20

How can ice be a feeling? It is hard

to describe but it is...

0:58:200:58:28

FUNKY MUSIC

0:58:310:58:36

The track is a warrior's dance.

Sharp and sudden. Where the heart

0:58:410:58:47

lies and the head plays tricks.

Trust only your skin... The winning

0:58:470:58:56

pilot does not steer. They feel the

rhythm. They let the ice in.

0:58:560:59:05

Clare Balding presents highlights of the day's action at the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, featuring action from the women's curling semi-finals. Day 14 also sees the conclusion of the women's figure skating and the women's snowboarding big air. Medals are also up for grabs in the women's alpine combined skiing and women's ski cross, plus the men's 1000m speedskating and men's biathlon relay.