Biathlon – Women's 12.5km Mass Start
Bobsleigh – Two-man heats 3 and 4
Curling – Women's and Men's Round Robin Sessions
Figure Skating – Ice Dance Free Dance
Freestyle – Men's Aerials
Ice Hockey – Women's Play-off Semi Finals
Ski Jumping – Men's Team
Snowboard - Men's Snowboard Cross Seeding
Today saw the return of the fog which covered many of the Olympic venues last night and which resulted today in the cancellation of the 15km biathlon and of the snowboard cross seeding.
Many of the events have not yet finished for the day, however below are some of the highlights.
Darya Domracheva of Belarus beat her nearest rival by over 20 seconds to take the gold medal in the Women's 12.5km Mass Start.
The 27-year-old's victory saw her take a third gold medal of the games while Gabriela Soukalova of the Czech Republic too sliver and Norway's Tiril Eckhof finished in bronze medal position.
After narrowly losing out to China 6-5 in session 12, David Murdoch's rink will face Norway in a tie-breaker on day 11, the winner of which will progress to the semi-finals.
The women meanwhile will safely progress no matter what their result is against Denmark after a comfortable 6-9 win over Russia.
It was a gold medal for the Russians in the two-man bobsleigh as Alexander Zubkov and Alexey Voevoda put their differences aside with an embrace despite not being the best of friends.
The duo won by a comfortable 0.66 seconds to take Russia's first two-man gold since 1988 while Switzerland took silver and the USA bronze.