First Posted: 04/26/10 06:12 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 04:40 PM ET

The Vancouver Olympics continued Tuesday with a full slate of events and story lines. Sven Kramer, the Dutch speedskater famous for asking a reporter if she is stupid, stunned observers when an unbelievable gaffe cost him a gold medal. Meanwhile, Team USA picked up another Nordic medal. Tuesday was not as kind to Bode Miller, who skied out during the giant slalom.

Tuesday night's figure skating short program held plenty of drama. 16-year-old American Mirai Nagasu's performance was interrupted by a bloody nose, while Canadian Joannie Rochette turned in a terrific performance just two days after the sudden death of her mother. Ultimately it was Kim Yu-na of South Korea who finished the evening with the best score. Scroll down for photos from Tuesday's events.

Swiss skier Carlo Janka clears a gate in the giant slalom, in which he later captured a gold medal.
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