Gold again in slopestyle
You thought Sage Kostenburg's gold medal run in men's slopestyle on Saturday was impressive? Well, if he went head to head with Sunday's ladies' champ, USA's Jamie Anderson, the latter would have won.
Anderson put up a whopping score of 95.25 on her second and final run Sunday morning, more than enough to come out on top of Finland's Enni Rukajarvi, who took silver with a 92.50. Great Britain's first medal was won in slopestyle as well, with Jenny Jones taking the bronze.
Miller fades in downhill
American Bode Miller was the favorite to win gold heading into Sunday's downhill event in alpine skiing, and he had the fastest times earlier in the week in training. But he simply faltered, finishing .52 off the lead, and in an event where a full second can be an eternity, a half-second is enough time to come between gold and eighth place, where Miller finished.
USA's Travis Ganong finished in fifth place, and Austria's Matthias Mayer took gold. The top 10:
- Sweden evaded a defeat to Japan in women's hockey, 1-0
- In the 3000m ladies' speed skate, the Dutch were again victorious, with Irene Wust taking home gold.
- Dario Cologna of Switzerland won the men's skiathlon.
Here's what's still on the schedule Sunday.
9:30 a.m.: Men's Singles, Run 3
11:40 a.m.: Men's Singles, Run 4*
- Two runs took place on Saturday. Medals are awarded based on best total time of all four runs.
9:30 a.m.: Women's 7.5km Sprint*
10 am: Team, Men Free Skating
11:05 am: Team, Ladies Free Skating
12:10 pm: Team, Ice Dance Free Dance*
- The team figure skating medals will be awarded following the free dance.
12:30 p.m.: Men's Normal Hill, Individual 1st Round
1:30 p.m.: Men's Normal Hill, Individual Final Round*