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44 OOLLYYMMPPIICC RREEVVIEIEWW WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMESCROSS COUNTRY SKIINGNorway and Russia shared the limelight in the cross country events as Alexander Selyaninov(RUS) and AnastasiaSedova (RUS) won themen's 10km and women's5km respectively. Andreas Molden (NOR) triumphed in the men's sprint and Silje Theodorsen (NOR) took gold in the women's sprint.FIGURE SKATINGRussian rivals AdelinaSotnikova and ElizavetaTuktamisheva lit up thewomen's figure skatingcontest as they battled itout for gold. After finishingsecond to Sotnikova inthe 2011 Junior WorldChampionships, the2011 Russian JuniorChampionships and the2010-2011 Junior GrandPrix Finals, Tuktamishevafinally managed to beather team-mate as she claimed gold thanks to a stunning routine in the freeprogramme that took hertotal to 173.10 points.CURLINGSwitzerland's MichaelBrunner emerged asthe prince of curling inInnsbruck as he won goldin the mixed team eventwith fellow Swiss players Elena Stern, Romano Meier and Lisa Gisler before teaming up with Nicole Muskatewitz (GER) to win the mixed NOC doubles.

OOLLYYMMPPIICC RREEVVIIEEWW 45 WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMESFREESTYLE SKIINGInnsbruck 2012 saw skihalfpipe make its debut on an Olympic programme, with a huge crowdcheering on local favouriteElisabeth Gram (AUT) as she performed a stunningseries of gravity-defyingtricks - including hersignature hand-plant - towin the women's title.