Maine squanders a big lead against last-place Delaware.
She is the first American skier to win medals in three straight Olympics.
Bilodeau became the first freestyle skier to repeat as an Olympic champion on Monday night, putting together a perfect run in the finals to fend off teammate and rival Mikael Kingsbury.
Boston and Cambridge hotels are completely booked, according to the Massachusetts Lodging Association. Hotels outside the two cities are filling fast.
The gold is Fourcade's second Olympic medal; he won silver in the mass start event in Vancouver. The Frenchman also holds five world titles, including two in the pursuit discipline.
Michel Mulder took the gold medal in the men's 500 while his twin brother Ronald took the bronze.
Sweden's team defeated rival Britain 6-4 in a tense, strategic opening game between two favorites for the title.
U.S. bobsled spokeswoman Amanda Bird said that Jones exhibited cold and flu symptoms, and that the move to a quarantine room was precautionary.
The US team scored three times within the first minute of play, and the victory brings them close to clinching a spot in the semifinals.
Han Tianyu of China took silver, and Viktor Ahn of Russia earned the bronze. J.R. Celsi, the 2010 bronze medalist from Federal Way, Wash., finished fourth.
Maria Hoefl-Riesch won her second straight Olympic super-combined title Monday, with downhill leader Julia Mancuso of the U.S. settling for bronze.
The Black Bears use a 12-0 run to take a 65-53 win over Binghamton.
Russell Currier finished back in the pack in his first biathlon event, but has another Thursday and appreciates the home support.
The Bonny Eagle wrestler is returning after his father’s death.
Canada and the United States are runners-up in the new event.
Ireen Wust wins the women’s 3,000
America’s skiing icon offers excuses, but takes no blame, after a disappointing eighth-place finish in the men’s downhill.
Would-be spectators seem to be staying away because of terrorism fears, security and high travel costs.