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Winter Olympics: Jacobellis justice, heavy hockey hits & Boe brothers biathlon triumph - day eight best bits

BBC Sport Saturday, 12 February 2022
Watch some of the best moments from day eight of the Winter Olympics, including Lindsey Jacobellis's second gold, some heavy hockey hits & the Boe brothers of Norway triumph in the Biathlon.
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