Bode Miller, who was considered a lock to medal at the Sochi Olympics, missed out on standing atop the podium during the men's downhill final on Sunday.
Miller, who posted the top time in training, finished eighth place after Austria's Matthias Mayer set an unbeatable time of 2:06:23. Italy's Christof Innerhofer won silver, while Norway's Kjetil Jansrud snagged the bronze. Bode, who still has a chance to medal during Sochi, hit a gate during the run, bringing down his time to 2:06:27.
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The U.S. did capture two medals on Sunday. Jamie Anderson grabbed the gold for ladies' slopestyle snowboarding one day after her U.S. teammate, Sage Kotsenburg, also snagged gold in the new event.
Gracie Gold helped the U.S. figuring skating team capture the bronze in the team event, another new event for Sochi. Russia came out on top during the event, capturing their first medal of the 2014 winter Olympics.
Among the other gold medal winners of the day were Felix Loch of Germany for men's single luge, Anastasiya Kuzmina of Slovakia for women's biathlon for the 7.5 kilometer sprint, Dario Cologna of Switzerland for men's cross-country skiathlon 15-kilometer classic and 15-kilometer free, Kamil Stoch of Poland for men's ski jumping: individual normal hill and Ireen Wust of the Netherlands for women's speedskating: 3,000 meters.
What did you think of the second day of competition? Are you disappointed Miller didn't medal on Sunday?