Sochi Winter Olympics: Day 11 Medals Predictions and Results

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Sochi Winter Olympics: Day 11 Medals Predictions and Results
Julie Jacobson/Associated Press

American Alex Deibold earned a bronze medal in men's snowboard cross, one of seven events scheduled to award medals during Day 11 of the Sochi Winter Games.

In the first-ever men's ski halfpipe event, David Wise of the U.S also captured gold on the strength of a strong first run. 

The women's giant slalom saw Slovenia's Tina Maze win her second gold in Sochi, while Korea's women's relay team took gold in the 3,000-meter short-track speedskating race.

There was a photo finish in the men's 15-kilometer mass start biathlon, with Norway's Emil Hegle Svendsen edging out France's Martin Fourcade. Norway also took the long hill Nordic combined event, with Joergen Graabak taking the title just a hair ahead of countryman Magnus Hovdal Moan.

At the Olympic oval, the speedskating team from the Netherlands continued its domination. Jorrit Bergsma set an Olympic record as the Dutch took over the lead in the overall medal count by sweeping the podium positions in the men's 10,000 meters.

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