A photographic gallery of the #RISE highlights from the penultimate day of the Sochi Winter Games.
Bjoergen does it again
Marit Bjoergen raises her arms in triumph, leading a Norwegian sweep of the women's cross-country 30 km free mass start and earning her third gold medal of the Games. Bjoergen's 10th medal ties the all-time women's Winter Olympics record.
Davis and White's encore
Ice dancing gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White of the United States during the exhibition gala.
Currier skis on
Russell Currier of the United States during the men's biathlon 4 x 7.5 km relay.
See you in 2018
Julia Lipnitskaia of Russia makes a flying leap during the exhibition gala.
(Left to right) Speedskaters Sven Kramer, Jan Blokhuijsen and Koen Verweij of the Netherlands celebrate winning gold in the men's team pursuit. The Dutch ladies won the women's pursuit later that day.
Marit and her shadow
Cross-country 30 km free mass start gold medalist Marit Bjoergen gets some air as her fellow Norwegians Therese Johaug and Kristin Stoermer Steira stand alongside.
Virtue and Moir look inward
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada leave their emotions on the ice during the exhibition gala.
The most interesting man takes to the slopes
Mexico's Hubertus von Hohenlohe shows off his much-talked about mariachi ski suit in the slalom.
A performance gala
Bronze medalist Carolina Kostner of Italy casts a shadow during the exhibition event.
Double German delight
Women's snowboard parallel slalom silver medalist Anke Karstens of Germany, left, and bronze medalist Amelie Kober of Germany celebrate at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park.
Mao Asada of Japan leaps in what may be her last Olympics.
A snowy end
Italy's Patrick Thaler crashes in the first run of the men's slalom.
A shout from the Wild
Snowboarder Vic Wild of Russia reacts after winning the parallel slalom event, handing the former American his second gold medal of the Sochi Games.
Farewell to the queen
Silver medalist Yuna Kim of South Korea.
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US men fall to Finland
Finland's Teemu Selanne celebrates with teammate Mikael Granlund after scoring during the bronze medal game. The US lost to Finland 5-0.
Getty ImagesAlexander Hassenstein
Skiing into history
Mario Matt, 34, of Austria became the oldest person to claim alpine skiing Olympic gold after winning the slalom event.
The time of their lives
France's Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat channel Baby and Johnny Castle from "Dirty Dancing."
Add it to their medal tally
Team Netherlands' Marrit Leenstra, Jorien ter Mors, Lotte van Beek, and Ireen Wust kiss their gold medals after winning the women's team pursuit. The Dutch have won 23 speedskating medals (eight of them gold) in Sochi.
All in a row
Germany's GER-3 team of Thomas Florschuetz, Joshua Bluhm, Kevin Kuske, and Christian Poser during the men's four-man bobsled competition.
APDavid J. Phillip
USA forward Patrick Kane hits the post as he shoots on Finland goaltender Tuukka Rask during the second period of the men's bronze medal ice hockey game. The US lost to Finland, 5-0.
A graceful pose
Bronze medal winners Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov of Russia during the figure skating exhibition gala.
Italy's Corinna Boccacini is reflected in the goggles of Amelie Kober of Germany after Kober took the bronze medal and Boccacini finished fourth in the snowboarding parallel slalom event. For more top moments from the Sochi Winter Games, click here.