KUSA- Here is a look at Saturday's Olympic competition results. Some of these events will air in Saturday's daytime or primetime programming.
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ALPINE SKIING MEN'S SLALOM
Mario Matt of Austria became the oldest Alpine champion in Olympic history on Saturday. The 35-year-old won gold with a combined time of 1 minute, 41.84 seconds. His Austrian teammate Marcel Hirscher took silver and a teenager from Norway, Henrik Kristoffersen, took bronze. American Ted Ligety was sixth after the first run Saturday with a chance to medal. But he failed to find his way through the gates of the course on his second run and didn't finish.
MEN'S HOCKEY, USA vs. FINLAND
The U.S. men's hockey team took on Finland Saturday for a shot at the bronze medal but it was a disappointing day for the Americans. They will walk away from Sochi without a medal after losing to Finland in a shutout 5-0. Finland has won four medals in the last five Olympics, more than any other nation in the NHL area.
MEN'S BOBSLED, QUALIFYING RUNS
An American team still has a shot at a medal in the four-man bobsled race. The U.S. team is hoping to defend their 2010 gold medal win in the event.
On Saturday in Sochi, Americans Steve Holcomb, Steven Langton, Curt Tomasevicz and Chris Fogt finished their qualifying runs in fourth place.
A Russian team finished first in the qualifiers followed by teams from Latvia and Germany.
Holcomb and Langton won bronze for the U.S. on Monday in Sochi in the two-man bobsled finals.
The four-man teams will compete for a medal Sunday in Sochi before the closing ceremony.
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