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Winter Olympics 2018: Teenager Kim wins halfpipe gold

Winter Olympics 2018: Teenager Kim wins halfpipe gold

Chloe Kim won the women's halfpipe at the Winter Olympics with a spectacular performance. Kim, whose first run produced a 93.75 - which was good enough for gold, ran a victory lap at the end of competition and bested her score with a 98.25 in her third run. China's Liu Jiayu took home the silver and American Arielle Gold earned bronze.

AFC Champs League: Duhail prevail

AFC Champs League: Duhail prevail

Youssef El Arabi scored twice and Karim Boudiaf also struck as Al Duhail came from behind to beat Al Wahda in the AFC Champions League. Meanwhile, Qatar side Al Gharafa, which has Dutch star Wesley Sneijder in its ranks, eased to a 3-0 win over Iran's Tractor Sazi.

Ledecka revels in unlikely win

Ledecka revels in unlikely win

Ranked 43rd in Alpine super-G this year, not much was expected of Ester Ledecka but she defied the odds in a big way at the Winter Olympics. The 22-year-old Czech posted a time of one minute, 21.11 seconds to pip 2014 gold medallist Veith by 0.01secs, while Vonn finished sixth.

Goggia upstages Vonn in downhill

Goggia upstages Vonn in downhill

Italy's Sofia Goggia upstaged American Lindsey Vonn to win the ladies' downhill at the Winter Olympics. Vonn, 33, created a piece of history by becoming the oldest female alpine skier to make the podium at the Games. In what was likely her last Olympic downhill, Vonn - the 2010 gold medallist in the event - was the seventh competitor out of 39 to compete.