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On Day 15, the Google Doodle Snow Games continue with a figure skating octopus attempting a 'double-quad'

As the momentum continues on Day 15 at the 2018 Winter Olympics at PyeongChang, South Korea the competition is heating up at the Google Doodle Snow Games as well.

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Day 16 at the Doodle Snow Games highlights the sport of figure skating, with 'Octopus' attempting to pull off a 'double quad', which is a rather difficult move in the graceful yet power-packed sport.

Octopus keeps its cool despite having just four ice skates on, and manages to make its mark in the Snow Games with the world's first double-quad, landing on just four (of its many) feet; coming in first with Crocodile and Squirrel in second and third place.

On Day 15 at the Winter Olympics, sees the ladies and men's Mass Start finals for speed skating, while snowboarding will have all three runs of the men's Big Air finals. The sport of curling will see a winner for the men's final, while the ladies fight it out for the bronze medal. Lastly, there will be a cross-country skiing event with a men's Mass Start Classic.

To catch up on the previous Doodle Snow Games episodes simply click here.

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Updated Date: Feb 24, 2018 10:04 AM

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