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The Olympics take flight
Whether it's just a few inches or nearly the length of a football field, gravity disappears when gold is on the line
 

Feb. 11: Felicia Zhang and Nathan Bartholomay of the U.S. compete during the figure skating pairs short program. | (REUTERS/David Gray)



Feb. 11: American Shaun White performs a jump during the men's halfpipe qualification round. | (REUTERS/Mike Blake)



Feb. 10: Japan's Sara Takanashi makes an attempt during a women's ski jumping training session. | (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)



Feb. 10: Kyle Tress of the U.S. takes off for a men's skeleton training run. | (REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann)



Feb. 9: Norway's Anders Bardal soars through the air during the men's ski jumping final. | (REUTERS/Michael Dalder)



Feb. 11: Cheng Peng (in air) and Hao Zhang of China compete in the pairs short program. | (REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk)



Feb. 11: American Devin Logan takes a jump during a qualifying round for the women's skiing slopestyle. | (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)



Feb. 9: Austria's Matthias Mayer makes a turn in the men's downhill event. | (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati)



Feb. 8: Ashley Wagner of the U.S. performs a jump in the women's team short program competition. | (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

 
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