Olympic video highlights from day 5

United States' Kelly Clark competes in the women's snowboard half pipe qualifying at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

Highlights from day 5 of the Sochi Winter Olympics include women’s halfpipe, women’s alpine skiing, pairs figure skating and more.


  • Shani Davis: No three-peat in 1000m (Watch video)
  • With her second of two runs, American Kelly Clark clinches bronze in the women’s halfpipe. (Watch video)
  • Slovenia’s Tina Maze is thrilled after winning gold in women’s alpine skiing downhill. (Watch video)
  • The Olympics are over for American Arielle Gold after taking a hard fall during practice in the women’s snowboarding halfpipe. (Watch video)
  • Tatyana Volosozhar and Maksim Trankov put Russian pairs figure skating ‘back on top of the world’ with an emotional performance, winning gold in the pairs competition during the 2014 Sochi Games. (Watch video)
  • At Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, women’s halfpipe gold goes to Team USA’s Olympic rookie Kaitlyn Farrington. (Watch video)
  • American Kaitlyn Farrington wins gold in the women’s halfpipe. (Watch videophotos)


  • From Russia, with love: Your Olympic girlfriend (See photos)
  • Johnny Weir’s fashion sense and unique figure skating analysis has made him the star of the Sochi Games. (Watch video)
  • Olympic fashion and pants no one can stop talking about (Watch video)
  • Swedish freestyle skier Henrik Harlaut, who placed first in the big air competition at the 2013 Winter X Games in Aspen, caught some major air during his qualifying run for the freestyle skiing men’s slopestyle competition in Sochi. Harlaut stuck the landing, but the impact knocked his pants to the ground. (Watch video)
  • Bryan Fletcher fought cancer for four years and what helped him battle was his love of skiing. His passion has now translated to his brother, Taylor, and they tell their story. (Watch video)
  • Mary Carillo shows the lavish side of Russian culture. (Watch video)
  • Tina Maze and Dominique Gisin recorded the first ever first place tie in the women’s downhill. Here is a dramatic look back at this historic event. (Watch video)
  • France’s Marie Marchand-Arvier loses control during the women’s downhill final and crashes into the nets. (Watch video)
  • Jimmy Fallon hands out Olympic superlatives (Watch video)

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