Sochi Winter Olympics: Day 10 Medal Predictions and Results

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Sochi Winter Olympics: Day 10 Medal Predictions and Results
Darron Cummings/Associated Press

The United States had an historic day on Day 10 of the 2014 Winter Olympics, as Americans took gold for the first time in one event and earned a medal for the first time in 62 years in another sport.

Meryl Davis and Charlie White had their signature gold-medal moment at the Iceberg Skating Palace, delivering a strong free dance program to earn the first American gold in ice dancing.

The other history makers on the day were Steven Holcomb and Steven Langton, the driver and brakeman of the United States 1 sled in the two-man bobsled. The duo won bronze in the event to earn the United States its first two-man medal in 62 years.

The nation that won the most gold medals on Monday was Belarus, which took home two first-place finishes in biathlon and freestyle skiing.

One of those two medalists, Darya Domracheva, won her third individual gold of the Games after she dominated the women's 12.5-kilometer mass start in biathlon.

Russia also celebrated its fifth gold of the Games as the sled of Alexander Zubkov and Alexey Voevoda won the two-man bobsled.

Continue reading for complete recaps and full medal results from Day 10 in Sochi.

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