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The last days of the Sochi Olympic games reflected the first 12 days – most athletes finished in the top-50, while a top-30 finish was cause for celebration.

Alpine skiing, women's slalom, February 21

Run 1

1. Mikaela Shiffrin, USA, 52.62
57. Triin Tobi, EST, + 18.81

Run 2

1. Marlies Schild, AUT, 51.11
47. Triin Tobi, EST, + 17.91

Combined

1. Mikaela Shiffrin, USA, 1:44.54
46. Triin Tobi, EST, + 35.91

Biathlon, women's 4x6km relay, February 21

1. Ukraine, 1:10:02, five missed
16. Estonia, lapped, 14 missed

Alpine skiing, men's slalom February 22

Run 1

1. Mario Matt, AUT, 46.70
54. Warren Cummings Smith, EST, + 8.38

Run 2

1. Adam Zampa, SVK, 53.94
27. Warren Cummings Smith, EST, + 8.26

Combined

1. Mario Matt, AUT, 1:41.84
26. Warren Cummings Smith, EST, + 15.44

Cummings Smith told ETV after the event that he had luck, but also skill operating to complete the track. Only 43 out of 115 athletes managed the feat. He said that the day demanded 100-percent effort and that he was happy with the result.

Biathlon, men's 4x7.5 km relay, February 22

1. Russia, 1:12:15, eight missed
17. Estonia, lapped, 15 missed

“I knew that this time it would be an experience collecting Olympic games and that will come in handy at the next games,” Grete Gaim said, adding that she will be more focused in four years.

Cross-country, men's 50 km mass start, February 23

1. Alexander Legkov, RUS, 1:46:55
44. Aivar Rehemaa, EST, + 5:26
49. Karel Tammjärv, EST, + 6:27



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