Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: Day 9 Medal Predictions and Results

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Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: Day 9 Medal Predictions and Results
MANU FERNANDEZ/Associated Press

Day 9 of the Sochi Olympics featured yet another dominant performance by the Dutch in long-track speedskating, while it was a mixed bag for the Americans in snow-based events.

Medals were awarded in four different competitions, with a fifth medal event—the 15-kilometer men's mass start in biathlon—postponed until Monday because of foggy conditions.

Americans won two medals in skiing, as Eric Weibrecht earned a silver and Bode Miller tied with Canada's Jan Hudec for the bronze, but were shut out in the women's snowboard cross after Lindsey Jacobellis fell in her semifinal heat.

The Netherlands swept the medal stand in the women's 1,500 speedskating event, with winner Jorien Ter Mors setting an Olympic record, while Sweden was the surprise winner in the men's 4x10-kilometer cross-country skiing race.

Keep reading for more detailed recaps of Sunday's medal events, as well as how those results compared to our pre-event predictions.

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