Austrian Anna Fenninger claimed Olympic gold in a dramatic women's super-G that saw 12 of the top 30 racers fail to finish the demanding course.
After only three of the starting 10 racers had made it down the Rosa Khutor course, Fenninger clocked 1min 25.52sec for victory.
Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch won silver at 0.55sec to go with the gold she won in Monday's super-combined, while combined silver medalist Nicole Hosp of Austria took bronze.
On February 15 four men hockey matches took place in Sochi. Slovakia lost to Slovenia 1:3, Russia lost to the USA in the shootout 2:3. Switzerland beat Czech Republic 1:0, and Sweden secured a 5:3 victory over Latvia.
Kamil Stoch (Poland) mastered tough wind conditions to win the large hill competition on Saturday night and earn his second gold medal of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
The 26-year-old, who won the normal hill event on Sunday 9 February, jumped 139m and 132.5m for a total score of 278.7 points, 1.3 ahead of silver medallist Noriaki Kasai (Japan).
Peter Prevc (Slovenia) won bronze, 3.4 points behind Kasai.
Home crowd favourite Alexander Tretiakov (RUS) powered to victory in men's skeleton, winning gold ahead of Martins Dukurs (LAT), who won silver, and Matthew Antoine (USA), who won bronze.
Poland’s Zbigniew Brodka won the men's 1500m long track speed skating gold, breaking the Dutch stranglehold in men’s speed skating. Brodka recorded a quicker time by 0.003 of a second over Koen Verweij of the Netherlands. His time was 1 minute, 45.006 seconds and Verweij settled for silver in 1:45.009. Canada's Denny Morrison won bronze a further 0.22 seconds behind.
Ladies’ cross-country ski relay 4x5 km is completed at Laura Skiing Center. Swedish team claimed gold thanks to the incomparable Charlotte Kalla’s powerful thrust at the last leg. She managed to win back 25.07 sec. The leader’s time is 53 min. 02.07 sec. The Finnish team got silver at 53 min. 03.02 sec., and Germany had the bronze medal with 53 min. 03.06 sec.
In the Iceberg Skating Palace, the final of the women's 1,500 meter and men's 1,000 meter short track competitions took place. Olympic champion of the Vancouver Games Zhou Yang of China won gold (2 min., 19.140 sec.). Silver went to Shim Suk-Hee of Korea (2 min., 19.239 sec.), who has won three of four World Cup starts this season, and Italian Arianna Fontana took bronze (2 min, 19.416 sec.).
The men's competition completed the triumph of the Russians. Viktor Ahn won gold with the result of 1 min., 25.325 sec. Silver went to Vladimir Grigoryev (1 min., 25.399 sec.), and Dutchman Sjinkie Knegt took bronze (1 min., 25.611 sec.).