While the United States slept, things were busy on the other side of the globe. Here is our recap of everything Olympics you may have missed overnight. Social media curated by Kari Van Horn.
*Team USA alpine skiers, including favorite Ted Ligety, failed to medal in men's super combined. The two American frontrunners – Ligety and Bode Miller – both had sluggish downhill times. One possible factor? "It's so hot," Ligety said.
*Sweden smashed China's winning streak in men's Olympic curling with a tense victory in overtime (6-5), and Canada continued its utter domination with a sold W over Norway (10-4). The United States beat Germany (8-5) for its second win in five games.
*Apparently it was too hot for cross-country skiing. At the Winter Games. TOO HOT. Thanks a whole lot, inconveniently delightful Sochi weather:
Day 1 on the track canceled due to heat!! pic.twitter.com/W13GAyQ5Kv— Jenny Owens (@JennyOwensSki) February 14, 2014
Norway's Chris Jespersen cut off his tights at the thigh today to deal with heat. Awesome.— Nat Herz (@Nat_Herz) February 14, 2014
*How sweet! Team USA figure skater Ashley Wagner made you a Valentine:
From Russia (kind of) with love...Happy Valentine's Day Twitter ! Xoxo😘 pic.twitter.com/QrhNNUdQ8M— Ashley Wagner (@AshWagner2010) February 14, 2014
[Photos: Five beautiful photos of the moon over Sochi]
*We’ve crowned the world’s least-romantic Olympian. On Valentine’s Day, Chinese curler Xu Xiaoming will cheer against his wife, captain of the South Korean women's team.
*But these Olympians are celebrating Hallmark's favorite holiday:
More Winter Olympics coverage from Yahoo Sports: