We have the latest local results from Sochi on Sunday morning.
The most surprising was Franconia's Bode Miller -- he'd been hoping for another medal in the men's downhill but instead placed eighth in that event. Austria took the gold.
And Stowe's Ty Walker came in sixth for the U.S. in the women's slopestyle semifinals, just two spots shy of moving forward. Her best score was 66. But a fellow American, Jamie Anderson, won that event early this morning. She's from Tahoe, but her mother lives in Windsor.
Stratton Mountain and UVM's Kris Freeman came in 35th in the men's 15 kilometer cross-country classic and free. Switzerland took the gold.
Some local athletes will also be competing later today in the biathlon, including Barton's Susan Dunklee, Saranac Lake's Annelies Cook, and Dartmouth's Sara Studebaker. And Saranac Lake's Christopher Mazdzer will compete in men's luge. Plus, keep an eye out for Lebanon's Nicholas Alexander, Plattsburgh's Anders Johnson, and Lake Placid's Peter Frenette in the men's ski jump.
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