I missed most of yesterday's competition through 5-a-side and being generally shattered, so I'll rely on you lot to tell me if anything was worth looking up.
Ski-jumping and Cross-Country early on. Austria win the gold in the former with an overwhelming lead of 70 points while in the women's team Cross-Country sprint Germany win with a late finish and Norway win the men's on the last lap. Britain fail to finish in the men's semi-final and didn't have a team in the women's event.
USA and Canada unsurprisingly win both women's ice hockey semi-finals comprehensively to see them through to the final. Canadian fans are accused of sour grapes by the BBC as they fail to celebrate Monique Lamoureux's hat-trick in America's game wholeheartedly.
The British women's team is almost certainly out of the curling - relying on a win over Canada and other results to get through into the medal round following a 9-8 defeat. A touch of controversy as it turns out that the only (and key) stone remaining in for Norway in the last end had been touched earlier by a foot, but it seems the BBC were just getting excited because they could. For the men, a win today will see them through while a defeat could see them face a playoff to get into the medal round folowing an 8-2 win over Germany. USA's coach threatens to quit mid-way through being trounced by China.
Canada win the ice dance with what was apparently one of the best performances of all time - worthy of perfect 6.0s.
Women's 2 man-bob tonight. A few changes being made to the track due to more crashes in men's 4-man training last night, but nothing major. Our pair are targeting gold, although I suspect they won't get that far. Also tonight are women's ski-cross and the giant slalom.