Fog wreaks havoc in mountains, U.S. eyes historic ice dance gold
SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Thick fog wreaked havoc with mountains events at the Winter Games on Monday, but the weather will be of no concern when Meryl Davis and Charlie White bid to become the first Americans to win the Olympic ice dance title later in the day.
After a week of uninterrupted sunshine, conditions have changed radically among the peaks of the Caucasus.
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