Dominik Landertinger - AUT Biathlon Medalists by Olympics

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Landertinger added to his one silver medal from the 2010 Vancouver games with another silver here. Even though he shot flawlessly, Landertinger couldn’t keep up with the skiing speed of Bjoerndalen.

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Ole Einar Bjoerndalen - NOR Biathlon Medalists by Olympics

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I am in super form. I prepared well for this and I am feeling strong.

Damn right he is in super form! With this gold medal, the 40 year-old Bjoerndalen became the oldest Winter Olympics gold medalist ever.

This is his 7th career Olympic gold medal, putting him one short of his countryman and cross-country skiing legend Bjorn Daehlie. It is also his 12th overall Olympic medal, tying him for most all-time with Daehlie. He has a good chance to break both records during the Sochi games, as Norway is the clear favorite in both the men’s and the mixed biathlon relays.

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Heidi Weng - NOR Cross-Country Skiing Medalists by Olympics

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Weng came up big to win her first ever Olympic medal and to create a Norwegian sandwich on the podium.

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Charlotte Kalla - SWE Cross-Country Skiing Medalists by Olympics

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Winning the silver medal was almost as good as winning gold for Kalla, who had never before placed in the skiathlon in the World Cup circuit. She won the 10k freestyle event during the Vancouver games, and worked hard to improve on her classical abilities in order to succeed at this event. All her hard work paid off.

She had this to say about her performance:

This is my dream. It means a lot to me to be on the podium for the first time. I could not imagine this before the race.

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Marit Bjørgen - NOR Cross-Country Skiing Medalists by Olympics

Time: 38:33.6

Bjørgen outlasted her competitors to take home her fourth career Olympic gold medal. She pulled away from Charlotte Kalla on the final straightaway to defend her title from the 2010 Vancouver games. She was the most successful athlete in those games with three gold medals, two silver, and a bronze. She hopes to repeat that type of success after a great start in Sochi.

At 33 years and 324 days, Bjørgen is now the oldest woman to win an individual Olympic gold in cross-country skiing.

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Mark McMorris - CAN Snowboarding Medalists by Olympics

Score: 88.75

The 20 year-old Canadian was the favorite to take home the gold going into the games. But two weeks before the Olympics he fell hard on a rail and broke a rib. Though he said it wouldn’t be a big factor in his performance, he fell in a qualifying run and may have re-aggravated the injury. He was able to shake off the pain in the finals though, landing two triple corks in his second run, and earning his — and Canada’s — first medal of the games.

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Sage Kotsenberg - USA Snowboarding Medalists by Olympics

Score: 93.50

American Sage Kotsenberg picked up the first gold medal of the 2014 games with an extraordinary first run in the finals. In an event expected to be dominated by the triple cork, an extremely difficult move where the rider inverts three times while spinning, Kotsenberg won without going one. Instead he landed a huge backside 1620 with a Japan grab, a trick that he had never attempted before, even in practice.

A perfect ending for someone who was just happy to make it to the finals!

https://twitter.com/sagekotsenburg/statuses/432053317674749952

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Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins 2014 Olympic Hockey Rosters by NHL

You don’t want to mess with this guy. The Boston Bruins captain and defenseman is 6'9" without skates. Oh yeah, he also weighs over 250lbs. And to top it all off, he’s really good.

Chara is a 6x NHL All-Star and a Stanley Cup winner. In 2009 he was awarded the James Norris Memorial Trophy for the league’s top all-around defenseman.

He also holds the NHL record for hardest slapshot, firing a 108.8 mph blast during the 2012 NHL All-Star Challenge.

http://youtu.be/bcieIx6_ArQ?t=2m3s

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Kevin Durant "Durantula" Strikes Again by Performance of the Day

THE DURANTULA

How did he get this nickname? Find out here!

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2x NFC MVP (2008, 2009) Drew Brees by NFL Player Profiles

Brees went on a strong 2 year run, culminating in him becoming a Super Bowl champion and MVP.

2008: 5,069 yards, 65.0% completion percentage, 34 touchdowns, 17 interceptions, 96.2 passer rating, 65.0 QBR

2009: 4,388 yards, 70.6% completion percentage, 34 touchdowns, 11 interceptions, 109.6 passer rating, 80.4 QBR

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