KUSA - Here is a look at Friday's Olympic competition results. Some of these events will air in Friday's daytime or primetime programming.
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ALPINE MEN'S SUPER COMBINED
Defending gold medalist Bode Miller and the reigning world champ Ted Ligety both could not grab a medal for Team USA in the alpine men's super combined on Friday.
Switzerland's Sandro Viletta was the surprise gold medalist. Viletta has never been on the podium before. Ivica Kostelic of Croatia took silver and Christof Innerhofer of Italy took bronze.\
America grabbed silver in the women's skeleton race thanks to the efforts of Utah's Noelle Pikus-Pace.
Lizzy Yarnold of Great Britain won gold. Her final time was 0.97 seconds faster than Pikus- Pace. Elena Nikitina of Russia took bronze and Katie Uhlaender of Breckenridge, Colo., finished fourth.
This is the first Olympic medal for Pikus-Pace. She finished 4th in the 2010 Olympic games.
FIGURE SKATING, MEN'S FREE SKATE
No medal on Friday for the two men representing the U.S. in figure skating. Aspen native Jeremy Abbott finished 12th. It was the last skate of his career as the 28-year-old will now retire from the sport.
Jason Brown who lives in Monument, Colo., finished 9th. It is the 19-year-old's first Olympics.
Japan's Yuruzu Hanyu won gold, Canada's Patrick Chan won silver and Denis Ten of Kazakhstan jumped from 9th place after the short program to take bronze overall.
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