Men’s giant slalom
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher finishes first with a total time of 2:18.04 ahead of Norwegian skier Henrik Kristoffersen (2:19.31) and France’s Alexis Pinturault (2:19.35). This is the second Olympic gold for Hirscher in Pyeongchang.
Norwegian skier Oystein Braaten takes gold in the Men's Ski Slopestyle. USA’s Nick Goepper comes in second and Canada’s Alex Beaulieu wins bronze.
In the Men's Aerials event there's victory for Ukraine's Oleksandr Abrameno.
The combined skiing and shooting contest literally goes down to the wire with a photo finish between Martin Fourcade of France and Germany's Simon Schempp in the 15m mass start.
The Frenchman - who had lost out in a similar finish in 2014 - thinks he has been denied again but the photo reveals he has finished millimetres ahead of his rival. So Fourcade has his fourth Olympic gold.
Norway take gold in the Men's 4 x 10km Relay, ahead of the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) team in silver, and France in bronze.
There's disappointment for the home crowd as South Korea's Lee Sang-Hwa - going for a third gold in a row in the women's 500m - is beaten by Japan's Nao Kodaira who breaks the Olympic record.
Medal count — which countries have the won the most gold medals?
Norway now heads the medal table ahead of Germany. Both have nine golds, but Norway's overall total of 26 medals puts the country top. The Netherlands is third with six golds.