Medals were awarded in Sochi for a new type of Olympic competition – slopestyle, which was held at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. Jamie Anderson of the United States took home the gold medal with a score of 95.25. The silver medal went to Finland’s Enni Rukajarvi with a score of 92.50. Bronze went to Jenny Jones of Great Britain with 87.25.
Austrian Matthias Mayer won gold in the men's Olympic downhill at Rosa Khutor.
The 23-year-old displayed 2 min 06.23 sec result, with Italian Christof Innerhofer taking silver at just six-hundredths of a second.
Norway's Kjetil Jansrud claimed bronze, with teammate and world downhill champion Aksel Lund Svindal in fourth. Another strong favourite, Bode Miller of the United States, is eighth.
The men's 15 km classic style plus 15 km free style skiathlon competition in the Laura Cross-country Ski and Biathlon Center in Sochi has ended.
In a bitter struggle at the finish, Swiss Dario Cologna was strongest with a time of 1:08.15,4, Vancouver Olympic champion Marcus Hellner from Sweden came second (+0.4), and Martin Sundby from Norway took third place (+1.4), finishing one tenth of a second ahead of Maxim Vylegzhanin.
Ireen Wüst (Netherlands) took gold in the women's 3000 m speed skating in Adler Arena with a score of 4 minutes 00.34 seconds.
Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic won silver, covering the distance in 4 minutes, 01.95 seconds. And Olga Graf brought Russia its first bronze medal with the result 4 minutes, 03.47 seconds.
Anastasia Kuzmina of Slovakia won Olympic gold in the biathlon sprint in Sochi. Kuzmina also won gold in this race in Vancouver. She has become the first biathlete to win individual races in one discipline in two consecutive Olympic Games.
Russian Olga Vilukhina, debuting at the Olympic Games, won tthe first silver medal for the Russian team.
Ukrainian biathlete, Vita Semerenko came third, this was also her first Olympic medal.
Russia won the first gold medal in team figure skating ahead of teams from Canada (silver) and the United States (bronze). On the final day of the team competition, the free program, 2006 Olympic champion Evgeny Plyushchenko and the young Julia Lepnitskaia were crowned the winners.
Ice dancing pair Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov, currently in third place, helped maintain the success of Team Russia.
Team event in figure skating debut in Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
Figure skaters will have a day off tomorrow, February 10. Figure skating competitions will continue on February 11 at the Iceberg Skating Palace when pairs will perform their short program.
Germany's Felix Loch retained his Olympic luge singles title at the Sochi
The 24-year-old upset Russian Albert Demchenko's hopes of becoming the oldest ever Olympic champion at the age of 42.
Loch - an eight-time world champion, four each in singles and teams - finished with a combined time of 3min 27.526 sec after the four runs.
Demchenko, the world champion in 2004/05, was 0.476 sec behind with double Olympic champion Armin Zoeggler of Italy third at 1.271sec.
Poland's Kamil Stoch won the Olympic Games ski jumping title on the normal hill on Sunday with jumps of 105.5m and 103.5m for a total of 278 points.
Slovenia's Peter Prevc was second with 265.3 pts and Norway's Anders Bardal, 264.1 pts, claimed bronze.
Switzerland's Simon Ammann, 32, who came to Sochi as the reigning champion at both normal and large hills, which he won in 2006 at Turin and in 2010 in Vancouver, failed to earn a record fifth Olympic gold finishing in 17th position.