Following an incredible three-medal haul on ‘Super Saturday’, things came back to normal on Day 9 as Team GB narrowly missed out on a medal in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle.
It was a day that British sport will remember for a while, with Team GB winning three medals across two events on Day 8 in PyeongChang. By Iain Leggat
Dom Parsons claimed a bronze medal to become Team GB’s first medal winner of the Winter Olympics this year while there were a couple of heart-warming stories that summed up the Olympic spirit. By Iain Leggat
The Men’s Downhill finally got underway with 35 year old Aksel Lund Svindal winning the gold medal for Norway, while there was more action on snow with the Men’s Snowboard cross and the Women’s Giant Slalom. By Iain Leggat
Day 5 brought the most action packed day yet, despite more Alpine Skiing being halted by the weather. Shaun White was challenged all the way in the Men’s Halfpipe Final, Team GB’s curlers finally began their campaign and the most unusual looking sport, Double Luge, was as eye-catching as ever.
There was heartbreak for Team GB on Day 4 of the Winter Olympics as medal-hopeful Elise Christie fell in the short-track 500m final – four years to this day after she was disqualified at the same stage in Sochi. By Iain Leggat
The weather played its part for the 2nd time in PyeongChang. This time it didn’t halt all events, but it might have ruined them. In the Women’s Slopestyle questions were quickly raised over the safety of the riders, and the biggest success was that none of the athletes sustained major injuries. By Iain Leggat
The PyeongChang weather arrived to disrupt the Olympics, but it didn’t stop some wonderful headlines coming through, especially in the cross country skiing and figure skating. By Iain Leggat
Great Britain were out in action, the first medals of the games were earned, and South Korea was already proving why it’s going to be a memorable host. It’s the Winter Olympics Day 1 recap. By Iain Leggat