Olympic Moments: Lindsey Vonn bows out with a bronze medal
Vonn came in third place and the Czech Republic eliminated the U.S. men's hockey team on Day 12 of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.
Kaori Sakamoto of Japan competes in the women's figure skating single short program on Feb. 21.
Third placed Lindsey Vonn of the U.S. follows hostesses to the medal ceremony for the women's downhill competition.
Jessica Diggins of the U.S. crosses the finish line ahead of Stina Nilsson of Sweden and Maiken Caspersen Falla of Norway during the women's cross country team sprint free final race.
Finland's Venla Hovi and Michelle Karvinen kiss the ice after winning the women's bronze medal ice hockey match against the Olympic Athletes from Russia.
Norway's Marit Bjorgen is framed by the Olympic rings during the women's cross country team sprint free final.
Vonn stands on the podium during the medal ceremony.
Pilot Justin Kripps of Canada leads his team as they start the 4-man bobsleigh training session.
Evgenia Medvedeva of the Olympic Athletes from Russia competes in the women's figure skating single skating short program.
Christopher Delbosco of Canada, right, crashes in the men's freestyle skiing ski cross 1/8 finals.
Delbosco is taken away on a stretcher after being injured during the men's freestyle skiing ski cross 1/8 finals.
The puck hits the glass in the first period of the men's ice hockey playoff quarterfinals between the Czech Republic and the U.S.
Team Czech Republic celebrates after defeating the U.S. 3-2 in an overtime shootout during the men's ice hockey playoffs quarterfinals.
Italy's Carolina Kostner competes in the women's figure skating single skating short program.
Brady Leman of Canada, Sergey Ridzik, an Olympic athlete from Russia, Marc Bischofberger of Switzerland and Kevin Drury of Canada race during the men's freestyle ski cross finals.
Maria Sotskova, an Olympic athlete from Russia, falls during the women's figure skating single skating short program.
Canada's skip Rachel Homan, center, leaves the ice as Britain's Lauren Gray, right, and Vicki Adams hug after winning the women's curling match.