Who's winning what at the 2014 Winter Olympics on Saturday (after six of seven gold medal events):
Short track - 1000m
Russia's Victor Ahn won his fourth Olympic gold medal in short track when he stormed to victory in the men's 1000m
Ahn, who won three golds for his native South Korea at the 2006 Turin Olympics before switching nationality, won in a time of 1min 25.325sec.
Fellow Russian Vladimir Grigorev won silver with Sjinkie Knegt of the Netherlands finishing in third place.
Canada's Charles Hamelin, who had won the 1500m, fell in the semi-finals.
Speed skating - 1500m
Poland's Zbigniew Brodka won a dramatic 1,500m Olympic speed skating race by just three-thousandths of a second from devastated Dutchman Koen Verweij.
Brodka crossed the line in 1min 45.006sec, just 0.003sec ahead of Verweij.
Canada's Denny Morrison won bronze in a time of 1.45.22.
Skeleton - Singles
Alexander Tretiakov of Russia earned his country's fourth gold medal of the Sochi Olympics with victory in the men's skeleton.
The 2013 world champion produced two more consistent rides to clock a combined time of 3min 44.29sec to finish 0.81sec ahead of second-placed two-time world champion Martins Dukurs of Latvia.
Matthew Antoine of the United States, who was fourth after the opening day, came from behind to leapfrog compatriot John Daly to win bronze with a time of 3min 447.26sec.
Alpine skiing - super-G
Austrian Anna Fenninger claimed Olympic gold in a drama-packed women's super-G that saw a number of racers struggle to finish the demanding course.
After only three of the starting 10 racers had made it down the 2.2km-long Rosa Khutor course, Fenninger, starting with bib number 18, clocked 1min 25.52sec for victory.
Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch won silver at 0.55sec to go with the gold she won in Monday's super-combined, while combined silver medallist Nicole Hosp of Austria took bronze, a further 0.11sec adrift.
"I have to give praise to the coach who set the course because you have to be so tactical. I can't describe my emotions, I am really stunned. I didn't think it was going so well while I was going down," said 24-year-old Fenninger.
Nordic skiing - 4.5km relay
Sweden took a thrilling gold in the women's 4x5km cross country relay, overtaking Finland and Germany in the last metres for a famous victory.
Charlotte Kalla, who took the final leg, was jumped on in jubilation by her near incredulous teammates when she collapsed on crossing the line.
Kalla overtook Krista Lahteenmaki of Finland and Denise Hermann of Germany with a fearsome sprint in the home straight.
Sweden finished on 53min 2.7sec with Finland taking silver 0.5sec behind. Germany took bronze on 53sec 3.6sec.
But there was heartbreak for favourites Norway who could finish only fifth, 53.6sec off the pace.
Short track - 1500m
China's Zhou Yang defended her Olympic Games short track title on when she triumphed in the 1,500m.
Zhou, third in the World Cup rankings this season, came good when it mattered most.
The 22-year-old clocked 2min 19.140sec to edge 17-year-old South Korean Shim Suk-Hee, who was second at the world championships, with Italy's Arianna Fontana claiming bronze.
STILL TO COME (GMT)
17h30-19h15 - Ski jumping - Large hill M - FINAL (Tremplins RusSki Gorki)