Mancuso finished eighth.
5. Short-track speed skating
Who doesn't like short-track speed skating that American Apolo Ohno made fun and breathtaking to watch?
Ohno is retired, and his mantle is being passed to J.R. Celski, a native of Monterey, California.
But in Saturday's 1,000-meter men's short-track, the Russians nearly swept: Victor An took gold and Vladimir Grigorev took silver. Winning bronze was Dutchman Sjinkie Knegt.
An's gold medal was Russia's first ever in short-track. The medal was An's second of the games: He earlier won bronze in the 1,500-meter short-track.
An, 28, a native of Seoul, South Korea, earlier went by the name Ahn Hyun-Soo and represented South Korea in the 2006 Turin Games when he won individual gold in the 1,000-meters and 1,500-meter short-track events.
It hasn't been easy for An: He missed the 2010 Vancouver Games because he crashed into a wall during training in 2008 and suffered a near career-ending knee injury that required four surgeries over 15 months. He changed his allegiance to Russia after he couldn't qualify for the Vancouver Games and now has Russian citizenship.
Celski had a final ranking of 13th, behind two other Americans, Chris Creveling at 10th and Eduardo Alvarez at 11th.