For the second consecutive Olympics, no American stood on the podium in women's figure skating. But the three U.S. athletes here, Gracie Gold, Ashley Wagner and Polina Edmunds, already have their sights set on 2018.
After the disappointment of missing the gold in the two-woman event, members of the U.S. women's bobsled team are turning their attentions to what lies ahead.
If she and driver Elana Meyers hold on to their lead, American Lauryn Williams will become the first woman to win a gold medal in both the Summer and Winter Olympics.
It was supposed to be a day when Kikkan Randall stood on the Olympic cross-country podium and helped shine a spotlight on her sport. Instead, it was a day of near-misses and disappointment.
After another disappointing end at the Summer Games, Lolo Jones needed a distraction. Her answer? Bobsled. Now, the track star is eyeing a new goal: making a Winter Olympic team.