US Olympic Team 2014: Highlights from the Sochi Games

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US Olympic Team 2014: Highlights from the Sochi Games
David J. Phillip/Associated Press

What a two weeks it was in Sochi for the U.S. Olympians.

From the surprise gold medal by snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg on opening day to the history-making bronze by bobsledder Steven Holcomb on the final day, Team USA had a great run at these Olympic Games, winning at least one medal every day of competition except for one.

The United States finished the Games with 28 medals—nine gold, seven silver and 12 bronze. USA trailed only Russia's 33 in the overall medal count.

There were disappointments, of course, such as the medal shutout in long-track speedskating, Shaun White going home empty-handed and the late collapse of the men's hockey team, but there were also plenty of victories along the way.

Here's a look at the greatest moments from Team USA's time in Sochi.

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