With 16 days of sport and 60 awesome Australian athletes in action, the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games have been action-packed. Read back on how the Aussies fared and who won the medals in every event on the program.
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In action on Day 14 are Katya Crema, Sami Kennedy-Sim and Jenny Owens in the women's Ski Cross, Emily Bamford, Lavinia Chrystal and Greta Small in the women's Alpine Skiing Slalom, plus Deanna Lockett in the women's 1000m Short Track Speed Skating.
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