Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze of Russia won gold medals Monday night -- barely. By a 5-4 margin, the judges favored the Russians over Canadian world champions Jamie Sale and David Pelletier. On television, the experts found the results puzzling at best.
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Zoeggeler wins men's luge, three-time champ Hackl second.
Ross Powers of the United States wins the halfpipe snowboarding gold, leading an American sweep.
Germany's Andrea Henkel wins women's 15k biathlon gold; Forsberg claims first Olympic medal with bronze.
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Bjoerndalen wins men's 20 km biathlon, Norway's second gold of Games.
U.S. upsets world champion Sweden in opening curling match.
Canada women cruises past Kazakhstan in women's hockey opener.