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Winter Olympics: Saturday, February 24

Updated 1231 GMT (2031 HKT) February 24, 2018
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Czech snowboarder Ester Ledecka won the parallel giant slalom, becoming the first athlete to win gold medals in snowboarding and Alpine skiing at the same Olympics. She won the super-G last week. Laurent Salino/Agence Zoom/Getty Images
US skip John Shuster reacts during the men's curling final against Sweden. The Americans won gold in the event for the first time ever. Natacha Pisarenko/AP
US curler Matt Hamilton, center, cries during the medal ceremony. Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images
Sebastien Toutant celebrates with the Canadian flag after winning the big-air snowboarding event. The event was making its Olympic debut. Clive Mason/Getty Images
American snowboarder Kyle Mack won silver in the big-air event. Matthias Schrader/AP
Ivanka Trump, daughter and adviser to US President Donald Trump, attended the big-air event. She will also be attending the closing ceremony. Carl Court/Getty Images
Mack celebrates during the medal ceremony. Andreas Rentz/Getty Images
Switzerland's Ramon Zenhaeusern, right, leads Germany's Alexander Schmid as they race during the team skiing event. The Swiss team would go on to win the gold. MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images
Italy's Riccardo Tonetti skis during the team event. Alessandro Trovati/AP
Francesco Friedrich pilots a four-man bobsled for Germany. Friedrich's team leads halfway through the competition. Michael Sohn/AP
Norwegian skiers celebrate winning bronze in the team event. It was Norway's 38th medal of these Olympics, which breaks the record for most medals won by one country during a single Winter Games. Christophe Ena/AP
The South Korean bobsled piloted by Won Yun-jong is in second place going into the last day of the four-man competition. Lars Baron/Getty Images
Slovenia's Gloria Kotnik races down the course for the parallel giant slalom. Lee Jin-man/AP