Lizzy Yarnold
Lizzy Yarnold takes Britain's first gold of the games. Reuters


Apline Skiing - Men's Super Combined Downhill, Men's Super Combined Slalom

Biathlon - Women's 15km Individual

Cross Country Skiing– Men's 15km Classic

Curling - Men's Round Robin Session 7, Women's Round Robin Session 7, Men's Round Robin Session 8, Women's Round Robin Session 8

Figure Skating - Men's Free Skating

Freestyle Skiing - Ladies Aerials Qualification 1, Ladies Aerials Qualification 2, Ladies Aerials Final 1, Ladies Aerials Final 2, Ladies Aerials Final 3

Ice Hockey - Men's Prelim. Round Group C, Men's Prelim. Round Group B

Skeleton - Men's Run 1, Men's Run 2, Women's Run 3, Women's Run 4,

Ski Jumping - Men's Large Hill Ind. Trial Qualification, Men's Large Hill Ind. Qualification Round



It was all about the Skeleton today as Lizzy Yarnold took an emphatic gold-medal-winning victory at the Sanki Sliding Centre.

Yarnold set a track record in run 3 ahead of securing Britain's first gold medal of the games and doubling Team GB's medal tally for Sochi.

Fellow Brit Shelley Rudman finished in 16th place while Noelle Pikus-Pace of the USA took silver and Russia's Elena Nikitina got bronze.

In the men's competition Kristian Bromley and Dominic Parsons have a lot to do in their third and fourth runs.

Bromley is currently tied 8th and Parsons tied 10th


Great Britain are sure to be happy with their so-far consistent performances during both the men's and women's round robin sessions.

Eve Muirhead's rink have equalled an Olympic score record for the second time in these games, recording a 12-3 win over Japan.

The men are tied in second place with China and the women tied third, also with China.