There was rain, there was fog.
But not even the quirky weather could keep everyone down on Day 10 of the Sochi Olympics, which still managed several surprises.
A 62-year medal drought ended for the United States in the two-man bobsled, but a 39-year-old upstart from Russia kept them from mining gold. Meanwhile, there were other surprises on a day when medals were distributed in only four other events. Two events—the men's biathlon 15-kilometer mass start and the men's snowboard cross—were postponed because of the dense fog that shrouded their venues.
Read on to see what other surprises Sochi had in store on Day 10 of these Winter Games.