Presume the weekend shift ignored this then?
So, Britain get their first medal of the games on Friday evening with gold in the skeleton as male Britain falls in love with Amy Williams. Shelly Rudmann can't recover from her poor start and Canada's great hope bottles the silver going for broke in front of her home crowd.
2 man bob over the weekend. Absolute carnage somewhere near turn 11. Britain have the worst crash of the lot, Daniel Money bailing out quickly, but John Jackson ending up with incredibly impressive ice burns. Liechtenstein, Australia and Canada all stack it as well, Italy get disqualified for being too light and Austria for being too heavy. In amongst all that, Germany pick up an impressive double.
Men's skicross starts and finishes - Canada's Christopher Delbosco completely cocks up the silver by falling at the last jump, ending up with nothing. Think I prefer snowboardcross, but still a good event.
USA shock Canada in the men's ice hockey. Only saw part of the first and third periods, but it looked to me that Canada were causing their own problems by conceding too many power plays. Excellent that the BBC are showing some of the ice hockey streams sans-commentary rather than not showing them at all.
Lots of curling 'action'. Cram and Rhona doing a good job on commentary. Anwyay, GB, potentially in trouble in the womens after a few poor shots from young Eve Muirhead and got completely trounced by the Swiss, but the men are still on course for the medal rounds.
I'm sure some exciting stuff happened in the Alpine, Biathlon, Cross country and speed skating too, but I saw very little of those. Any more for any more?