Olympic Moments: Men's curling heats up and women's hockey battle for gold
Day 10 of the Winter Olympics featured the U.S. women's hockey quest for gold, ice dancers facing off, and curlers sliding into finals.
Finland's Hannu Manninen trains for the men's Nordic combined individual Gundersen LH/10km during the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang on Feb. 19, 2018.
Fans wave flags after the U.S. won the men's curling round robin session against Canada.
Laurie Blouin of Canada jumps during qualification for the women's big air snowboard competition.
A U.S. fan wearing a cheese hat watches the men's curling round robin session against Canada.
Switzerland's Claudio Patz delivers a stone during the men's round robin curling match against Sweden.
Ernest Yahin, with the Olympic Athletes from Russia, walks to the jump platform during training for the Nordic combined competition.
The U.S.'s Danielle Cameranesi #24 scores against Finland during the women's ice hockey playoff semifinals.
Go Yamamoto of Japan prepares before his jump during the Nordic combined competition.
The U.S. women's ice hockey team poses in the net during their semifinal game against Finland.
Yura Min and Alexander Gamelin of South Korea skate during ice dance, short dance figure skating competition.
Anna Gasser of Austria practices before the women's snowboard big air qualification.
Madison Chock and Evan Bates of the U.S. skate during ice dance, short dance figure skating competition.
Klaudia Medlova of Slovakia crashes during the snowboard women's big air qualification.
A Canadian fan wearing only a pair of shorts orders a drink from a fast food counter in the Gangneung Curling Center.
Men wearing novelty tartan berets watch as a competitor from Great Britain casts a stone against Denmark during the men's curling round robin session.