US medals in freeski slopestyle; Controversial women’s figure skating wraps up Thursday | USA TODAY


U.S. extends medal steak in freeski slopestyle. Thursday has USA vs. Canada in gold medal women’s hockey match. Women’s figure skating also wraps up.

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