Pure greatness from Norway’s Marte Olsbu Roeiseland! | Top Moments – Day 9 | 2022 Winter Olympics

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Another landmark day for the #WinterOlympics2022!

Marte Olsbu Roeiseland makes history as the first female biathlete to win four medals in a single games. Erin Jackson of Team USA became the first Black American woman to win gold in the 500m speed skating event. While Benjamin Alexander became Jamaica’s first alpine skier.

On the short track, Shaoang Liu won Hungary’s first-ever Winter Games individual gold and a new Olympic record was set by the Netherlands in the Women’s 3000m Short Track Speed Skating relay.

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