Gold BILL DEMONG, Nordic Combined
On Saturday, two days after his DQ for failing to wear a starting bib scuppered the U.S. in the team event, the Vermontville, N.Y., native won the 10K large hill Nordic combined at the world championships in the Czech Republic. In seventh place after the jumping, Demon overcame a 52-second deficit in the cross-country phase to win by 12.8 seconds.
Silver LINDSEY VONN, Alpine Skiing
Vonn became the second U.S. woman to win consecutive World Cup downhill titles, with a 12th-place finish in Bulgaria that extended her lead to an insurmountable 111 points. Her Super G win also kept her on track for a second straight overall World Cup title.
Bronze JOHN SHUSTER, Curling
The lead on Pete Fenson's bronze medal team in Turin will skipper his own squad in Vancouver after winning the Olympic trials in Broomfield, Colo.