Olympic video and photo highlights from Day 11

Britain's skip Eve Muirhead, center, delivers the rock to her sweepers Claire Hamilton, left, and Vicki Adams during the women's curling semifinal game against Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Britain's skip Eve Muirhead, center, delivers the rock to her sweepers Claire Hamilton, left, and Vicki Adams during the women's curling semifinal game against Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

Today’s highlights include top images of the day, photo finish in men’s snowboard cross semifinal and crazy screams from women’s curling.

VIDEO

  • T.J. Oshie: ‘It’s something that was a dream’ (Watch video)
  • Photo finish in men’s snowboard cross semifinal (Watch video)
  • ‘Smart’ run for gold by David Wise in ski halfpipe (Watch video)

PHOTOS

  • Photos: Medal Ceremonies on Day 11 (See photos)
  • The many faces of the Olympic rings (See photos)
  • Top images of Day 11 (See photos)
  • Meryl Davis and Charlie White receive their Olympic gold medals (See photos)

NEWS

  • ‘Do or die time’ begins: Sizing up men’s hockey’s Big Four in Sochi Olympics (See story)

BUZZWORTHY

  • Can’t get enough of the crazy screams coming from the curlers in Sochi’s Ice Cube Center? Well we have a montage for you. This time, just the women. (Watch video)
  • Take a look at the interesting fashion statements made by some of the 2014 Olympic curling teams. (Watch video)
  • Watch as the Kleintje Pils Pretband performs a rousing rendition of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.” Decked out in clogs and matching red shirts, the band’s performance gets the crowd on their feet during a break in the Olympic action. (Watch video)
  • Nick Goepper’s viral date contest (See story)
  • Vanessa Vanakorn of Thailand was a whopping 50 seconds off the lead in the women’s giant slalom, but what you might not know about the skier who finished dead last in the event is that she has sold 10 million records worldwide as a pianist and violinist. The musician, who is known as Vanessa-Mae away from the slopes, talks about her unique experience in Sochi, as well as the differences and similarities between playing an instrument and skiing. (Watch video)
  • An Olympian by any other name (See photos)
  • Foreign model Olympians (See photos)

OLYMPIC ZONE SHOW

  • Golden pair: Gracie Gold and her twin sister, Carly (Watch video)
  • Nastia Liukin takes TODAY Show’s Matt Lauer shopping for USA swag (Watch video)
  • Take a trip around Rosa Khutor (Watch video)
  • The etiquette of curling (Watch video)
  • The cats of the Hermitage (Watch video)
  • Memorable moments from Day 11 at the 2014 Olympics (Watch video)
  • Inside the Olympic Zone with Nastia Liukin (See photos)
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